Legislation that would require all agricultural products sold as Connecticut Grown to bear labels specifying the itemís origin is among several bills being proposed by the Department of Agriculture for the 2015 session of the General Assembly.
Agriculture Commissioner Steven K. Reviczky is pleased to announce the recent hiring of a number of new employees and the reassignment of others in an effort to better serve the agricultural community.
Seeking to increase collaboration with towns and cities on agricultural initiatives of all kinds, the Department of Agriculture has published ďA Guide for MunicipalitiesĒ that outlines the departmentís programs and services and encourages engagement by town officials and citizens.
(Hartford, CONN.) Agriculture Commissioner Steven K. Reviczky has announced a new policy regarding the stateís shellfish leases, one that will enhance opportunities for small businesses, ensure public safety, and protect taxpayersí investments.
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