HALFWAY — Quilts Plus in Halfway has been chosen as one of the 10 featured shops across the U.S. for the fall/winter 2017 issue of Quilt Sampler magazine, published by Better Homes and Gardens.
Quilt Sampler is published twice yearly. Quilt shops can apply to be featured in the magazine.
A panel of quilt experts, led by Jody Sanders, senior editor of American Patchwork & Quilting, narrows down applications to 10 shops for each issue.
Quilt Sampler will be available on newstands Sept. 5.
Wallowa County IPA now offered in ‘no-nonsense vessel’
ENTERPRISE — Terminal Gravity Brewing is now offering Eagle Cap IPA in new 12-ounce cans. According to a press release, these cans are meant to be enjoyed deep in the Oregon backcountry, on the winding waters of the Snake River or just as easily on the porch.
The IPA was first brewed as an experimental one-off and quickly gained popularity. The brew is “packed with Citra hops, a clean yet sturdy malt backbone and an approachable 6.1 percent ABV (and) boasts notes of citrus, tropical orange and grapefruit.”
Submit your photo for ‘Oregon’s Bounty’ calendar
Oregon Farm Bureau’s award-winning Oregon’s Bounty Calendar is seeking horizontal , high-resolution images that depict the beauty, culture, enjoyment, technology or tradition of family farming and ranching across all parts of the state.
“We’re looking for exceptional, ‘gaze-worthy’ images of all aspects of farming and ranching in Oregon,” said OFB Communications Director Anne Marie Moss.
Selected photographers will receive a photo credit in the calendar, which is distributed to more than 66,000 Farm Bureau members, and at least 10 copies of the calendar. Every person who submits photos will receive one complimentary copy of the 2018 calendar, a $15 value. Photographers do not need to be Farm Bureau members to participate and there is no limit to the number of photos that can be submitted.
Find detailed photo specifications, contest rules, instructions on how to submit photos and a link to the 2017 Oregon’s Bounty Calendar at www.oregonfb.org/calendar. The deadline is Sept. 15. For more information, contact Anne Marie Moss, OFB Communications Director, at email@example.com, 503.399.1701, ext. 313.
Safety net coverage enrollment continues through Aug. 1
Producers on farms with base acres under the safety net programs established by the 2014 Farm Bill, known as the agriculture risk coverage or price loss coverage programs, can visit their local FSA office to sign contracts and enroll for the 2017 crop year. The enrollment period will continue until Aug. 1.
Since shares and ownership of a farm can change year-to-year, producers on the farm must enroll by signing a contract each program year. If a farm is not enrolled during the 2017 enrollment period, the producers on that farm will not be eligible for financial assistance from the ARC or PLC programs for the 2017 crop should crop prices or farm revenues fall below the historical price or revenue benchmarks established by the program. Producers who made their elections in 2015 must still enroll during the 2017 enrollment period.