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relating to rural matters

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Mantos, provincial agrarian reform officer, emphasized the importance of inculcating in the farmers the benefits of organic vegetable farming, as she lauded the farmers for their involvement.
The agrarian department's ad hoc court ruled in 2004 that Hacienda Luisita should distribute land to farmers, following complaints from farmers who said their lives did not change with the stock option that they approved in a referendum in 1989.
He treats Bradford as one of the most important modern heirs of the southern agrarian tradition, along with Wendell Berry (the Henry County Kentucky farmer-novelist-poet-essayist), John Shelton Reed (the Chapel Hill sociologist who has spent his career studying southern culture), and Clyde Wilson (the historian from the University of South Carolina who is the world's foremost authority on John C.
This was a period of agrarian agitation, violence and social convulsion, which peaked in the land war of 1879-1882.
Minister of Agriculture and Agrarian Reform, Ahmad al-Qaderi, stressed that signing the memo is a result of the distinguished cooperation between the Ministry and ACSAD which had a positive impact on the agricultural production.
Colombia and the Marxist-led FARC rebels have reached agreement on the critical issue of agrarian reform, the two sides said on Sunday in a major step forward for the peace process aimed at ending their long war.
19 in front the agrarian reform building, blocking traffic in the area.
Abdulfatah added that the project aims to open new opportunities for investors who would like to enter the agrarian sector in accordance with new technologies, in order to benefit from supportive programs, training and credit facilities especially designed for this line of work.
Summary: Meknes - Morocco and Brazil pledged to boost their cooperation in the areas of agriculture and rural development, and to strengthen exchanges in the field of scientific research and agrarian technology, under two memoranda of understanding signed on Saturday in Meknes.
The Comissao Pastoral da Terra (CPT) of the Comissao Nacional dos Bispos do Brasil (CNBB) called 2010--the last year of the Era Lula--"the worst of the last eight years for agrarian reform.
Bulgaria's many agrarian parties, which have been increasingly disunified and marginalized over the last 20 years, might come together for local and presidential elections 2011.
According to August 18 reports from the Ministry of Agrarian Policy of Ukraine, wheat and barley were harvested on 99% of area planted.
The Agrarian Dispute: The Expropriation of American-Owned Rural Land in Postrevolutionary Mexico, by John J.
From Lease's role in the Populist movement, to Florence Sherbon's creation of fitter family contests, Lovett demonstrates how these individuals fused ideas about motherhood and family into a nostalgic, agrarian impulse that sought to recreate traditional values in a modern setting.
If we believe in the theory that urban dwelling occurred after agrarian, we could claim settlement in Mazandaran province dates back to at least 5,600 years ago," said Mahforouzi.