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12 The Julian News Questions & Answers About Our Environment Dear Earth Talk: American farmers are an aging population. Is anyone doing anything to make sure younger people are taking up this profession in large enough numbers to keep at least some of our food production domestic? -- Beverly Smith, Milwaukee, Wl Indeed American farmers as a whole are an aging group today as young people gravitate more towards virtual realities than tilling in the soil. The National Young Farmers' Coalition (NYFC) reports that the total number of American farmers has declined from over six million in 1910 to .just over two million today, and that for each farmer under the age of 35 there are now six over 65. With the average age of U.S. farmers now at 57, one quarter (500,000) of all American farmers will retire over the next two decades. U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack is calling for hundreds of thousands of new farmers nationwide, but convincing young people to take up farming remains a hard sell. NYFC would like to see action at the local, state and federal levels to help beginning farmers. "At the local level, communities can create market opportunities for farmers by starting Community Supported Agriculture groups and shopping at farmers markets, as well as protecting existing farmland through zoning and the purchase of development rights." States can be helpful, the group adds, by offering incentives to preserve farmland and giving tax credits for farmers who sell their land to new practitioners. But real change has to come from the top down. NYFC and others are pinning their hopes on the inclusion of the "Beginning Farmers and Ranchers Opportunity Act" in Congress' next Farm Bill. The purpose of the proposed legislation is to invest in the next generation March 21, 2012 existing obstacles to entry into be documented," she says. "We ! farming so that more people know who our senators and can start to farm," says the representatives are, we vote, ORDERTOSHOWCAUSEFORCHANGEOFNAME I I EICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT ] ~~,JZ'~. / National Sustainable Agriculture and our friends and familieS vote. Case Number: 37-2012-O0051537-CU-PT-NC I FileNo. 2012-006906 / , -- ql 'd ,qlHPIBI Coalition, another backer of We need USDA and government IN~F: I I UPCYCLEDWORKS / I\~"'~/a-lUUJt-~l~1~ I6386 Winona Ave., San Diego, CA 92120 / I I~\ ~ I,.~ J[w _~,~m ,w,mw WENDYLYNNMARADEI I IThe business is conducted by An Individual / I ~\\ ~,,~/~TTTr7 the proposed legislation. "This support to succeed and we're FOR OHANGE OF NAME IAndrea 0neU, 6386 Winona Ave., San Diego, | I ~\\ --~'llk~/~Wl~t II II'l. bill encompasses a national going to let the nation know that." |CA92120. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH | I ~\\'~\~k~k"~]lJl'~~ strategy for addressing those CONTACTS: NYFC, www. WENDYLYNNMARADEI IEANEST J' 0RONENBURG JR., RECORDER/| I ~\ "~'~lt~L~"~~ / | I COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON l I I barriers, focusing on the youngfarmers.org; National HAS FILED A PETITION reRAN ORDER i i March 9, 2012' " | I i~\'~ ~'~'~ | I issues that consistently rank Sustainable Agriculture Coalition, TO CHANGE NAMES FROM: I I LEGAL: 05803 / I I I as the greatest challenge for www.sustainableagriculture. WENDYLYNNMARADEI I beginning producers." Backersof net; . WYFC, www. TO I L " Publish: Match 14' 21' 28 and AprU 4' 2012 J L~=~ ~~-.~=~I ~~ the bill warn that, at a cost of just washingtonyoungfarmers.org; " WENDY LYNN MclNTOSH I [ ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME | 1. Who holds the Los Angeles a fraction of one percent of the Beginning Farmers and Ranchers in lT IS ORDERED that aU persns interested lthismatter appear before this court inI l Case Number. 37-2012-00065S0S-CU-PT-EC --I Dodgers record for longest hitting U.S. Department of Agriculture's Opportunity Act, thomasJoc.gov/ Department 3 of the San Diego County I IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF: | streak'2 (USDA's) budget, the nation can't cgi-bin/query/z?c112:H.R 3236" Superior Court at the address shown (325I SANTIAGO JIMENEZ....... / 2 Since: 1940, name the' only 2012 at 8:30 a.m., and show cause, if any, ~1 two players to retire with a career afford not to pass the bill given (include ending colon), s. Melrose Dr., Vista, CA 92081) on April 24, [ ~ i-uK t~.,~N~r- uF NAME / " .~ ~ ~ ~;;~. :~: . ~ ~: why the petition for a change of nameR copyShuld SANTIAGO H. JIMENEZ / batting average better than .335. o :~ii!o~:~o o~o:~.: ~ ~ notiTbe granted.Is FURTHER ORDERED that of On behalf of: J 3. Who holds the NFL record ~! :~: ~ !~! ~: ~ ~:~ ,~this ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE be publishedALEXANOROGUERRERO, aminor / for most consecutive games with i ~/.o / I ! ~0;~ :;: in the Junan News. a newspaperofgeneral HAS F'LEDAPET,T,ON FORAN ORDER , at least one touchdown Dass? ~i~: " ~ _~ circulation published in this county, at least TO CHANGE NAMES FROM: / ....... ", ', ~:i: " ~ once a week for four successive weeks prior i ~ :;: 1~~ ,,~ ALEXANDROGUERRERO, aminor / "+" Name, me las~ vvoooen A / I I ~ l'i to the day of the hearing. TO' / Award winner (tP clleglate COURT CLERK OF THE SUPERIOR COURT ON ALEXANDRO GUERRERO JIMENEZ, a minor/ player) before Kevin Durant to go !~~:~ i~:,:-~ ~- z, ~ March 5,2012. LEGAL:05865 " IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested/ on to win an NBA season scorng in this matter appear before this court in/ title Superior Court at the address shown (250/ ~. vvnlcn No. 1 overall orart piCK .... :~ ~,, ~AUSE FORCHANGE OF NAME E. Main St., El Cajon, CA 92020) on May 9,/ recorded a hat trick the earl est n 2012, at 8:30 a.m. and show cause, if any,/ ............ '2 why the petition for a change of name should/ nlS INPIL Curuur, :o ~ not be granted, / 6. Name the only two drivers I IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF: IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a cpy f/ to win from the ,ole nosition in I CLAIRE G. SNOW AND JAMES SNOW this ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE be published/ , P" P" i~ FORCHANGE OFNAME in the Julian News, a newspaper of general/ NASCAR Cups Homestead- ~ ........ "# PETITIONER: = circulation published in this county, at least| Miami Soeedwav once a week for four successive weeks prior/ 7 wh en w " "' ' " [ CLAIREG. SNOWAND JAMES SNOW tothedayofthehearing. / " as me lastume '~ ,[ On behalf of: ORDER THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE/ befre 2012 that nmale U SMarch 52012 | - o~ ~ I CHANDLER HARRISON SNOW, aminor COURT CLERK OF THE SUPERIOR COURT ON/ ...... " " I HAS FILEDAPETITION reRAN tennis prayer mace me nna lb az I TO CHANGE NAMES FROM: ' ' LEGAL: 050~4 / the Australian Open'2 Publish. March 21, 28 and April 4, 11, 2012 I ' .. I CHANDLER HARRISON SNOW, a minor ........................................ answers page 1o TO: ~: :'~ ~ "'~'~i TO:HANDLER ERASTUS HARRISON SNOW, ~,,~ . o?~ R.F.D. by Mike Marland ..... I aminor , ,~o . '~._ ~ ~o ~ o ~'~ ~ ~o1-- _:5~o l in this matter appear before this court in ~ O ~ [Department 3 of the San Diego County O g ~ ~i (~ ~t~* ~ ~ ~-I ~ [=1~ [ Superior Court at the address shown (325 S. o ~, I Melrose, CA 92081)on May 1,2012 ~~~N at 8"~ow cause, if any, why the i~?~~~ ~ ,,,~r~,~.~ 1~-~ [ petition for a change of name should not be ~~. ~- ~. I granted. I IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of I~~'~ ...... ~-_ii ~~ -~ ~.-;'~,. =~.~-. 2 " I thisORDERTOSHOWCAUSEbepublished - ...... _ l in the Juhan News, a newspaper of general I to the day of the hearing. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE / COURT CLERK OF THE SUPERIOR COURT ON ~1~ ~ ' o ~.~-" .~ ~ March 8, 2012. ' ~~'~b~; ~~ LEGAL: 05866 Publish: March 21, 28 and April 4, 11, 2012 Convincing young people to take up farming is a hard sell but Pesticide-free lantinR a necessary one." ForeachAmerican farmerunderthe age of [ P I" llte r atives i ' I 35 there are now six over 65 and one quarter (500,000) of all , " ] The Northwest Coalition for n American farmers will retire over the next two decades. 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