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AgAnnex Financial Webinar Series

ADI to offer agriculture scholarships in Illinois

Seven high school graduates looking to pursue ag careers will receive scholarships valued at $1,500 each from the drainage company.

Funding fact sheet: March 30

The fact sheet returns for another week to show where projects are slated to begin, which grants are opening soon and who’s secured funding.

Supreme Court of Canada rules carbon tax constitutional

A study that looks to determine the impact of the tax on the ag sector remains in-field.

After 200 years, what is John Johnston’s lasting impact?

The year 2021 marks a key bicentennial: it has been 200 years since a man named John Johnston first emigrated to the U.S. from Scotland. Johnston is regarded as one of the main pioneers of subsurface drainage in the U.S. But Johnston’s innovations actually came from early failures. This lecture by the Geneva Historical Society explores how an early failed barley crop led Johnston down a key path – and how many doubters he faced when he sought to place clay tile underground. » Read more...