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UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA EXTENSION

When the pandemic really hit the area in Spring 2020, there was a “demand shock” as people bought extra products and bought different products based on what funds they had available. Both changed the demand and disrupted the supply chain.
University of Minnesota Extension specialists spent the day on July 8 demonstrating trials at its plot in Rochester.
Due to their importance to the environment, gardeners should focus on making their garden friendly to pollinators.
The topics of the webinars will cover Financial Parenting and Feeding Your Child

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Breweries relied on to-go and liquor store sales to get through pandemic shutdowns, but that wasn't enough to prevent more than $186 million in economic losses across the state.
On average, Latino businesses dealt with harsher revenue reductions and more problems accessing relief than Minnesota businesses overall, according to a study by the nonprofit, community-based research organization Hispanic Advocacy and Community Empowerment through Research and the University of Minnesota Extension.
Minnesota is the top turkey producing state in the United States, according to USDA statistics, and a new report by the University of Minnesota Extension researchers shows that COVID-19 won't change that.
DULUTH — Sarah Winter was on the hunt for distancing-friendly activities for her children this summer. “We’re pretty quarantined,” she said. Winter spotted 4-H Healthy Sprouts, a free gardening class through the University of Minnesota Extension.
The University of Minnesota Extension offers tips for families aiming to prevent flooding, plan for other natural disasters.
A new, interactive online series beginning this week seeks to help women in agriculture “cultivate resiliency.”

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MINNESOTA -- Deer hunters or deer camp participants that have access to deer gut piles immediately after the deer is harvested are asked by the University of Minnesota Extension to participate in "Offal Wildlife Watching" across Minnesota.
WILLMAR, Minn. - Not being the kind of guy who is willing to throw up his hands and say "there's nothing we can do" about aquatic invasive species, Mark Johnson went back to school.He attended a one-day workshop and completed a self-paced, online...
BEMIDJI, Minn.-Kevin Williams pointed at a large white strip in central California on a map of the United States. The strip, in contrast to larger, bluer swathes of the map, indicated that there was a low abundance of wild bees there.

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