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March 31, 2011
By Atlantic Farm Focus

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cranberries01March 28, 2011 – An
economic development project is aiming to attract blueberry, cranberry and
grape harvesters to areas of Nova Scotia.

March 28, 2011 – An
economic development project is aiming to attract blueberry, cranberry and
grape harvesters to areas of Nova Scotia.

The Agriculture Climate
Data Project involves five prime growing areas – Shelburne, Queens, Lunenburg,
Yarmouth and Digby counties – in Nova Scotia. The five counties will be sharing
the cost of the project.

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The regional project is
being led by the southwest Nova Scotia Community Business Development Corporations
(CBDC)
and will gather important, detailed climate information for the
agriculture sector, including the cranberry and blueberry sector.

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