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Russell Lee (July 21, 1903, Ottawa, Illinois – August 28, 1986, Austin, Texas) was an American photographer and photojournalist, best known for his work for the Farm Security Administration (FSA). (Wikipedia, n.d.)


Take time to photograph your farm and garden, its changes, its community, and create visual records for generations to learn from.

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Visual Record Creation Lesson

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Poultry Processor Web Listing by State

ATTRA – the National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service – has an interactive poultry processor web listing by state. To view and add information to the database visit the site at http://attra.ncat.org/attra-pub//poultry_processors/. If you know of a processor in your area, or are a processor yourself, you can also email spence@ncat.org with the name and contact information.

AskFSIS: Regulatory Meat Processing Resource

AskFSIS is an interactive Web-based application designed to help answer technical and policy-related questions from inspection program personnel, industry, consumer groups, other stakeholders, and the public. AskFSIS contains a knowledge base of questions and answers that is searchable and allows visitors to seek answers related to such diverse topics as exporting, labeling, and inspection-related policies, programs, and procedures. It automatically routes new questions that users submit to the appropriate staff. Users can register to be notified when answers are updated. Regulatory questions about meat processing. AskFSIS is a quick way to get definitive regulatory answers. Asking questions is easy and they usually get back to you within 24 hours, if the FAQ doesn’t have what you’re looking for.http://www.extension.org/pages/Ask_FSIS. You can also contact the Small Plant Help Desk at 1-877-FSIS-HELP or InfoSource@fsis.usda.gov.



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