Salmon-Challis Range Tour
Mackay--Custer and Lemhi Counties held a range tour of the Double Springs allotment on the Yankee Fork District of the Salmon/Challis National Forest.
19 ‘My American Farm’ Games Available on Tablets
WASHINGTON, D.C., – All 19 “My American Farm” games offered by the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture can now be played online using any type of tablet, including all versions of Apple iPad.
Thanks to a generous technology enhancement grant by DuPont Pioneer, each game was updated to enable online game-play on all tablets. Users can now simply visit www.myamericanfarm.org through a PC/Mac or tablet and play all games with ease.
My American Farm is an educational game platform launched in 2011 to engage pre-K through fifth grade learners in agriculture. Today the free site offers 19 agriculturally themed games and more than 100 free educator resources such as lesson plans, activity sheets and comics.
Idaho residents strongly encouraged to support Boulder White Clouds petition effort
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Ditch the Rule
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Voice of Idaho Agriculture
Vote YES on HJR2
One reason people around the country are angry with the federal government is that unelected and unaccountable bureaucrats in federal agencies are increasingly making-up and enforcing rules which destroy our legitimate rights. These agencies are usurping powers they were never given nor intended to have under the Constitution.
Unfortunately this can, and sometimes does happen here in Idaho with our state agencies as well. If we are not vigilant, rules can slip through the process that are not consistent with the intent of the law. read more
Voting Records and Capitol Reflections - Issue 12, 2014 - Final Session Issue
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The 2014 legislative session was productive for the citizens of Idaho and for the Idaho Farm Bureau Federation. Of the 17 items that Governor Otter highlighted in his Legislative Successes press release, four were in direct response to Idaho Farm Bureau’s policies and others support policy principles of our organization.
On at least two occasions, the Governor has used Idaho Farm Bureau as the example of how organizations and individuals can achieve success by working pro-actively and cooperatively, within the legislative process to identify problems and then develop solutions for those problems.