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U of I brings organic agricultural center to Sandpoint
by Cameron Rasmusson, Reader Staff
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23 August 2018
On 23 August 2018 Sandpoint Reader reported:
A host of new programs are coming to Sandpoint following the University of Idaho's new property for an organic agricultural center. Thanks to the acquisition of the 48-acre Sandpoint Orchard from Dennis Pence and his family, the University of Idaho College of Agricultural and Life Sciences will establish its first agricultural center to focus on organic farming and organic-certified production systems. Given the regional interest in local farming and organic products, it should be a good fit into the local agricultural culture.
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