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Thousands of people found themselves unemployed, suddenly, after COVID-19 measures forced businesses to close. That’s put a massive strain on food banks.

Food banks facing overwhelming demand are being hamstrung by bureaucratic red tape. It's leaving people hungry and putting them in danger.

Pennsylvania hunters donated a record 150,000 pounds of venison to Hunters Sharing the Harvest in 2018. That deer meat went to food banks throughout the state to feed families in need.

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf ordered all non-life-sustaining businesses to close physical locations by 8 p.m. March 19 to slow the spread of COVID-19.

The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture put out guidance for how agricultural businesses can stay open while slowing the spread of COVID-19.

The coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. prompted a number of activities, events and programs to be suspended or canceled in Ohio and Pennsylvania.

A small high school in Washington County, Pennsylvania showed off its agricultural education program in celebration of National FFA week.

Pennsylvania added 12 new counties to its spotted lanternfly quarantine zone, including Allegheny and Beaver counties on the western side of the state.

A new law in Pennsylvania may have people seeing purple. Landowners can now mark trees or posts with purple paint as a no trespassing notice.

People from all corners of agriculture, healthcare and elected leadership met recently to talk about the unique mental health needs of farmers and how best to help them.
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