'Right to Farm' issues topic of agriculture presentation


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On Monday, Feb. 26, the Sussex County Board of Agriculture will host a half hour presentation and Q&A on Right to Farm issues.

The presentation will be at the Sussex County Administrative Center , One Spring Street, Newton, at 7 p.m. sharp, in the Freeholder’s Meeting Room.

Speakers will be Brian Smith, chief of legal affairs and Susan Payne, executive director of the state Agriculture Development Committee. The Board of Agriculture meets on the fourth Monday of every month. Meetings are open to farmers and the general public.

You do not have to be a member of Farm Bureau to attend the meetings, however, only members can vote on Sussex County Board of Agriculture issues.

For more information please call Lori at 973-702-7372.



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