McFarland, Bob
December 2013
California Grange News;Winter2013, p3
The article discusses developments about the agricultural fraternity the California State Grange. Topics discussed include the 141st Annual Meeting of the California State Grange, termination of the organization's affiliation with the National Grange, and funding level for the organization. Also mentioned are the organization's five goals, growth of the organization, and legalization of industrial hemp for California farmers.


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