Posts Tagged ‘Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce’

Ag Museum introduces new branding effort

JACKSON — The Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Museum has unveiled a new branding strategy, which includes a new logo and updated website as well as promotional materials and design templates for way-finding signage. “The Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Museum is made up of many facets from the exhibit gallery to Small Town and rental facilities. […] [...]

Coast man pleads guilty to 16th Section timber theft

SAUCIER — Following an investigation by the Secretary of State’s Office, the Department of Agriculture and the Mississippi Forestry Commission, 54-year-old Harold Edwin Simmons of Saucier has pled guilty to three counts of felony timber theft. Simmons was accused of stealing approximately $250,000 worth of timber harvested from three separate 16th Section land sites in […] [...]

UPDATE: Legislators learn more about growing wild hog problem

JACKSON, Mississippi — Wild hogs run rampant in parts of Mississippi, and wildlife experts say the state needs to control the destructive beasts. The hogs reproduce often, eat just about anything in their path and can grow to 300 pounds. They’re uprooting crops, destroying farm equipment and tearing up yards. John J. Mayer, a South […] [...]

Erosion control demonstration project highlighted at Ag Museum

JACKSON — Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce Cindy Hyde-Smith and U.S. Department of Agriculture-Natural Resources Conservation Service (USDA-NRCS) Acting State Conservationist Kevin Kennedy recently showcased a new erosion control demonstration project on the grounds of the Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Museum. The project, a partnership between the Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce and the […] [...]

Vincent named “Top Cop”

The Mississippi Agricultural and Livestock Theft Bureau of the Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce recently recognized Sonny Vincent of Meridian as its “Top Cop”. The Mississippi Center for Police and Sheriffs, the Central Mississippi Crime Stoppers Board along with many private supporters collaborated with Jackson metro and state law enforcement agencies to memorialize and […] [...]

Agri-tainment

It’s not new, but it’s saving the farm for owners after a disastrous 2009 There is a segment of the Mississippi farming community that is suffering from severe drought, and they couldn’t be happier. Last year, farms that offer “agri-entertainment” — off-season, non-farm revenue-generators such as hayrides, farm demonstrations and petting zoos — took a […] [...]

Beekeeping in Ellisville

ELLISVILLE- MBJ-TV travels to Ellisville for a beekeeping field exercise with the Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce’s Bureau of Plant Industry. [...]

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