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State Agriculture Department Launches New Publication
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The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) is excited to present a 70-page full color publication, the Michigan Agriculture magazine, as a way to connect readers with our state’s food and agriculture community.


Source: Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development

Contact: Heather Throne,throneh@michigan.gov

State Agriculture Department Launches a New Consumer Focused Publication

The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) is excited to present a 70-page full color publication, the Michigan Agriculture magazine, as a way to connect readers with our state’s food and agriculture community.
 
"Michigan’s food and agriculture industry not only impacts the life of Michiganders every day, it also has a direct impact on the global marketplace. Around the world, Michigan is known to be a key source of high-quality food and agricultural products,” said Jamie Clover Adams, MDARD director. “Michigan is fortunate to have such dedicated and innovative farmers raising and growing the food we all eat every day.”
 
This privately funded publication is designed to showcase Michigan’s diverse agricultural industry that annually contributes $96 billion to our state’s economy. Michigan Agriculture includes stories about family-owned dairy farms and the growing number of culinary tourism opportunities. You can learn more about your Michigan-grown floriculture products or our tasty specialty crops. Also featured is Michigan’s dynamic role in agricultural exports, technology and research.
 
The Michigan Agriculture magazine will be distributed, free of charge, to public places around the state such as dentist offices, veterinarian clinics, libraries, and more. The goal is to educate rural and urban communities alike about the impact agriculture has on all our lives.
 
Look for the magazine near you or read the digital version of Michigan Agriculture by going to www.MIagriculture.com. Share the link and help tell the story of Michigan’s food and agriculture to the state, country and the world.