Underplating of an accretionary prism: An example from the LeMay group of central Alexander Island, Antarctic Peninsula

first_imgThe LeMay Group of Alexander Island, Antarctic Peninsula, is a Mesozoic accretionary prism that was constructed during subduction of Pacific and proto-Pacific oceanic crust. In central Alexander Island, several distinct lithologic associations can be identified, including two interpreted as underplated units: (i) a sandstone-mudstone association, consisting of thin- to medium-bedded non-channelled turbidite deposits, representing probable trench fill, and (ii) a basalt-chert association, representing oceanic crustal rocks, and its siliceous sedimentary cover. These two units are complexly deformed by dominantly westward-(oceanward-) directed thrusting. Structural relief introduced by later faulting reveals a wide range of structural styles and metamorphic grades representing different levels within the progressively deforming underplated units. Deformation ranges from thrust-related stratal disruption of poorly-lithified clastic sediment, achieved by independent particulate flow and cataclasis, through solution-dominated processes in clastic and siliceous rocks, to the development of pervasive cleavage fabrics at green-schist and transitional blueschist facies, with local crystal-plastic deformation. Later deformation (crenulation fabrics and isolated zones of folding) is of uncertain origin but probably resulted from further accretionary adjustments within the underplated units. The deepest levels may have been partially exhumed by syn-accretionary backthrusting or by transpression within a strike-parallel zone related to oblique convergence. Microstructural evidence reveals the importance of fluids in controlling deformation. Fluids were introduced with the underthrusting sediment and/or were generated during diageneis and metamorphism. In particular, evidence for locally elevated pore-fluid pressures is consistent with the rapid tectonic burial of a lithologically heterogeneous sequence and its subsequent evolution in a semi-closed system, with only limited fluid escape. Such microstructural criteria may be crucial to the identification of underplated units in other ancient accretionary prisms where the overall large-scale structural geometry cannot be reconstructed from fragmentary exposures.last_img read more

Utah’s Stockton Signs With German Team

first_imgAugust 3, 2018 /Sports News – Local Utah’s Stockton Signs With German Team FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail(Salt Lake City, UT)  — Jazz guard David Stockton is taking his talents to Germany.Multiple reports state Stockton has agreed to a deal with a team in Germany.Stockton is the son of long time Jazz point guard John Stockton.  He appeared in three games for Utah last season. Robert Lovell Written by Tags: David Stockton/Utah Jazzlast_img

Buy-to-let mortgage stress test shock

first_imgHome » News » Housing Market » Buy-to-let mortgage stress test shock previous nextHousing MarketBuy-to-let mortgage stress test shockBank of England announces new curbs on buy-to-let lendingSheila Manchester30th September 20160854 ViewsHOT TOPIC This story is being discussed in the forum nowThe Negotiator says:Buy-to-let could well be damaged by lending limitsHave your say Can buy-to-let work with new limits? As mortgage approvals continue to fall – down to 60,058 in August from 60,925 in July – buy-to-let lending is also likely to decrease with the latest news from the BoE’s Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) which has confirmed that a series of investors’ affordability checks and interest rate “stress tests” will be introduced from January 2017.Buy-to-let lenders will be required to verify that landlords can afford to pay the mortgage under potential future interest rates of 5.5 per cent, as the PRA recommended that the interest coverage ratio, a commonly used measure of the ratio of rental income to mortgage payments, does not fall below 125 per cent.Affordability assessments will need to take into account borrower’s costs, personal income and possible future interest rate increases, with lending to portfolio landlords to be assessed using a specialist underwriting process.“The PRA’s actions are intended to bring all lenders up to prevailing market standards and guard against any slipping of underwriting standards during a period in which firms’ growth plans could be challenged by the changing economic landscape and the impact of forthcoming tax changes,” it said.Peter Williams, Executive Director of Intermediary Mortgage Lenders Association (IMLA) said, “IMLA welcomes the decisions published in the PRA’s expectations for buy-to-let underwriting standards, which are broadly in line with industry’s expectations. They offer a sensible way forward, setting sector wide baselines while at the same time allowing for firm discretion to be exercised.“We are encouraged that the new standards are to be implemented in a sensibly phased way over the course of the next year. In the interests of a stable market for buy-to-let mortgages and housing overall, this 12 month window should now be allowed to unfold free from additional change and upheaval.“Some points of contention remain. There will be continuing concerns about the level playing field with firms outside of the PRA regime, though that is now clearly on the agenda of both the FCA and Bank of England. The use of a borrower minimum interest rate of 5.5% will also remain a source of tension, not least if interest rates fall again.“Since the consultation was first announced, we have seen BTL activity slow considerably – especially in the purchase market – which was entirely predictable following a host of fiscal and regulatory actions affecting landlords. Separate market data from the Bank of England today is also a timely reminder that the post-Brexit landscape remains unclear, with overall mortgage approvals having dipped in August as summer set in.“The PRA’s goal of making best practice an industry standard for BTL lending and ensuring activity is sustainable remains entirely valid in this new landscape. At the same time, the new housing minister has also made clear that a good, thriving private rental sector remains important to the overall health of the UK’s property market and its ability to satisfy people’s housing needs. Access to mortgage finance is a vital part of this equation and as landlords continue to absorb changes to stamp duty and mortgage interest relief, some breathing space is needed so the market can progress into 2017 and beyond on a secure and stable footing.” HOT TOPIC This story is being discussed in the forum nowThe Negotiator says:Buy-to-let could well be damaged by lending limitsHave your say Can buy-to-let work with new limits?investor mortgage Bank of England BoE buy-to-let September 30, 2016Sheila ManchesterRelated articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more

Physician-All Opportunities -133

first_imgEqual Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals withDisabilities.Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided byOFCCP here .The contractor will not discharge or in any other mannerdiscriminate against employees or applicants because they haveinquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay ofanother employee or applicant. However, employees who have accessto the compensation information of other employees or applicants asa part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay ofother employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwisehave access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is(a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtheranceof an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including aninvestigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with thecontractor’s legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR60-1.35(c) Physician – All OpportunitiesWVU Medicine is recruiting physicians for multiple specialties atour growing health system.WVU Medicine is West Virginia University’s affiliated healthsystem, West Virginia’s largest private employer, and nationalleader in patient safety and quality. The WVU Health System and iscomprised of four affiliated hospitals and nine member hospitalsanchored by its flagship hospital, J.W Ruby Memorial Hospital inMorgantown, a 700+ bed academic medical center that offers tertiaryand offers tertiary and quaternary care. WVU Medicine has more than1,000 active medical staff members and 18,000 employees who servehundreds of thousands of people each year from across the state ofWest Virginia and the nation.Morgantown, West Virginia is located just over an hour south ofPittsburgh, PA and three hours from Washington, D.C. and Baltimore,MD. Morgantown is consistently rated as one of the best smallmetropolitan areas in the country for both lifestyle and businessclimate. The area offers the cultural diversity and amenities of alarge city in a safe, family-friendly environment. There is also anexcellent school system and an abundance of beautiful homes andrecreational activities.Build your legacy as you serve, teach, learn and make a differencefrom day one. Apply online athttp://wvumedicine.org/morgantowncareers.WVU & UHA are AA/EO employer –Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran – and WVU is the recipient of anNSF ADVANCE award for gender equity.last_img read more

The Werk Out Music Festival Finalizes 2019 Lineup: Dopapod, STS9, All-Star Tributes To Queen/Pink Floyd, More

first_imgOrganizers behind this year’s Werk Out Music & Arts Festival have shared the complete lineup of scheduled performers to appear at the 2019 summer event. Following the festival’s initial announcement early last month, the 2019 lineup has now been expanded with the addition of Dopapod, STS9, Steel Pulse, and more!Related: The Werk Out Festival Adds The Trancident Featuring Members Of The String Cheese IncidentAnnounced on Thursday, the 10th annual running of the three-day festival will now also include a pair of all-star tribute performances honoring two of rock’s most beloved bands, Queen and Pink Floyd. We Are The Champions: A Tribute to Queen will be performed by Turkuaz’s Josh Schwartz, Sammi Garett, Shira Elias, and Michaelangelo Carubba, in addition to Rob McConnell (Papadosio); Dan Shaw (The Werks); Rob Compa (Dopapod); and Ryan Jalbert (The Motet). The other notable tribute set, Pink Floyd’s The Wall, will also be performed by members of Papadosio, Dopapod and The Werks. Organizers didn’t reveal which members will take part in the Pink Floyd tribute set, but fans should keep an eye out for more details to come in the coming months. “​We are doing the slow release because we feel like EVERY act we book are some of the best musicians in the world,” The Werks’ Rob Chafin mentioned via press release to go with the lineup’s finalized expansion. “We want to showcase everyone individually to give everyone the attention they deserve!”In addition to three nights of music from host band The Werks, this year’s festival will also include headlining sets from Big Gigantic and The Claypool Lennon Delirium. The three-day music and camping festival will also feature The Floozies, Twiddle (2 nights), Matisyahu, Opiuo, Turkuaz, Melvin Seals & JGB, Sunsquabi (2 nights), Cory Wong, MarchFourth, and Joe Marcinek Band.Fans can check out the video below for an idea of what to expect at this year’s event.Werk Out Music Festival 2019 Promo VideoVideo Playerhttps://liveforlivemusic.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Werk-Out-2019_30-Sec-Spot_V3.mp400:0000:0000:29Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.[Video: Werk Out Music Festival]Werk Out Music Festival will take place once again at Legend Valley in Thornville, OH from August 1st-3rd this summer. Fans can head to the festival’s website for more general information on this year’s event. Tickets for The Werk Out Music and Arts Festival 2019 are also on sale here.last_img read more

Changing the climate of environmental law

first_imgAfter the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and the ensuing reorganization of the Department of the Interior, Frances Ulmer, a member of the National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling, turned to Harvard Law School’s Emmett Environmental Law and Policy Clinic.She asked the clinic to recommend best practices for regulating offshore drilling. “I leapt at the opportunity,” says Wendy B. Jacobs ’81, clinical professor of law and director of the clinic, who chooses complex projects that will challenge her students and provide opportunities to present their work to high-level officials – opportunities they would get nowhere else. “It was timely, and presented a novel and critically important set of issues.”In a single semester, three students under Jacobs’ direction analyzed 40 regulatory regimes and traveled to Washington, D.C., to present recommendations to the Department of the Interior and congressional staffers. They did such a remarkable job that last year, the clinic was asked to consider ways to predict whether companies proposing to drill for oil and gas in the Arctic would do so safely and in an environmentally protective way. A new group of students worked with Jacobs to develop such a set of indicators. Their report, released in December, suggests ways to protect the environment from the impact of routine drilling as well as major oil spills, and is currently being circulated among legislators and regulators. Read Full Storylast_img read more

Colombian Model of Combating Drug Trafficking Must be Exported

first_imgPresently, the Colombian government is deepening its positive relations with the United States and expanding its role in the fight against the illicit industry of drug trafficking. Under a multi-national agreement, they are working together with the Americans to export what they have spent their blood and sweat learning to partner nations that are suffering similar scourges. DIÁLOGO: In your opinion, do criminal gangs —or BACRIM, as they are known in Colombia—have connections to the FARC and to the ELN? After years of confronting a polemic nexus between terrorism and drug trafficking first hand, the Colombian Armed Forces, with the joint support of the U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM), have become experts in confronting this threat to society. Gen. Rodríguez: I think that the strategies that we are implementing in meetings like these in order to guarantee regional security in the face of transnational threats could be improved despite the fact that they have allowed us to achieve many results that are very important. We have to understand that the strategies must be adjusted further and be more effective to have better results and periodically apply lessons learned we gain from this fight. On many occasions, criminal groups communicate more quickly in order to change their strategies swiftly and neutralize the response of those same states where, at times, progress is slower and less expeditious. What I did was invite all those who participate at this security conference in order to generate channels for faster communication in real time to allow us to react to transnational crime in a more effective manner. Gen. Rodríguez: General Kelly’s presence as head of SOUTHCOM, as well as the presence of other commanders, has been very important. We owe General Kelly all our gratitude and appreciation for the collaboration provided to us, not just to Colombia, but also to the entire Western Hemisphere in the fight against the main transnational threats. I believe that General Kelly implemented a very rewarding program and showed his leadership capacity to integrate the most important areas [and for] this cooperation, which is so essential for the fight against transnational threats, to succeed. We have nothing but feelings of gratitude and appreciation for him. [His work] was very rewarding, and the Colombian Armed Forces are very appreciative, first for his support and collaboration, and second for having given us his friendship. We wish him all the best and are immensely grateful to him. As Commander of the entire Colombian military, I salute him and thank him, and we hope that the very good relations that we have had with SOUTHCOM and with the U.S. government and all the governments of the region can continue to stay on that course and create an even more secure situation in the future. By Dialogo September 30, 2015 Exported!!! To the contrary, they should be thrown out, eliminated in spite of having all their armed forces and having 7 military bases, drug trafficking, terrorism, narco politics and crime are at their highest in Colombia, it is sad to see Colombia governed by these scourges!! Where will the World Cup Games be held in 2018? Every effort to fight the “cancer” corroding society is valid, and it’s good to see the forces of good fighting together to combat drug trafficking and other resulting crimes such as arms trafficking and other drug-related crimes. This was humanitarian labor by this soldier… I wonder: In the peace talks in Havana, what does the FARC do to help the people who have lost their limbs, who have been left invalid or incapacitated because of the land mines? Is there anything in the agreement for them to collect their mines or help the victims of these cases? What would happen if there were a leader or member of the higher level of the FARC in the negotiations? We have to see every side of what is negotiated in Cuba. The FARC want to come out of it free and it seems they’ll be successful. It’s not fair to leave the victims hanging. Excellent reports. good to know we’re not alone against the threats. That we have crazy neighbors and terrorists fed by them Excellent article. I dream about this [military] intervention. It’s the only solution for Brazil. What is sad is that not one of the broadcasters, male or female, or hosts, uses Spanish correctly, the only thing the Spaniards brought. Language spoken by millions of people on earth. Lately foreigners are coming close to the language. You say “space of time” “Periods of time”, what’s left now is for you to say “decades of time”. Correction: age, period, century, month, day, lapse, year, etc. all these words translate time by just mentioning them. All day long you say “precisely”, you don’t know how to conjugate the verb “HABER”, that’s why all day long you say “there (plural) will be festivities in Pereira.” “There were (plural) horses on the street”. You’re starting to bother me, I have spoken to people interested in defending our language, and they express their displeasure to me. You made fun of Maduro because he said “a millimeter of a second”, NO, MAKE FUN OF YOURSELVES WHO MURDER THE LANGUAGE AND CORRECT EXPRESSION. YOU HAVE NOT studied Spanish thoroughly, nor do you care to do so. We will file a report against you with the ACADEMIA COLOMBIANA DE LA LENGUA, for language abuse. Horacio Aldana How long will we have to wait to see news about the capture of the head international investors in drug trafficking embedded in governments and financial monopolies in the capitalist world? DIÁLOGO: How do you see civilian-military cooperation in support of regional security? Gen. Rodríguez: Colombia is a country that is committed to the fight against all transnational threats. I would like to mention that this year, between the Armed Forces and the National Police, 175 tons of cocaine hydrochloride were seized, with a value of $4 billion in the United States. This shows that Colombia, its police, and its armed forces are committed to fighting the scourge of drug trafficking which, as you know, acts in parallel with other related crimes such as trafficking of arms, explosives, and munitions, trafficking in persons, laundering assets, and other crimes that affect security. Colombia is very committed to the fight against transnational threats. In particular, last year we had the opportunity to participate actively in the training and capacity building of 24,000 commandos in Central and South American countries, exchanging experiences on the fight against terrorism and drug trafficking with other countries that requested our support and we have stood ready to support them, sharing our experience after spending more than 50 years fighting those instigators of violence. DIÁLOGO: What can you tell us regarding the visit of the hospital ship USNS Comfort to Buenaventura? DIÁLOGO: During your presentation (at SOUTHDEC 2015) you mentioned the gap between what is said when two countries meet in order to discuss something and the action that is taken in this regard. Why did you discuss this? DIÁLOGO: Obviously none of that will work if the state does not invest in the most underserved areas so that especially children do not become involved in drug trafficking. What can you tell us about your Integral Action effort? center_img Gen. Rodríguez: Integral Action is a strategy that has fortunately been used by the Colombian government. It consists of joint, coordinated interagency action between the National Police and other agencies. We have come to understand that the fight against all those agents that instigate violence and against which the Colombian state has had to confront requires a holistic strategy, where the everyone must contribute their piece of the puzzle, not just to prevent all levels of violence instigators from taking action, but also to consolidate this military and political action that is so important through the intervention of each of the roles and responsibilities of other government agencies. DIÁLOGO: Is the model of fighting drug trafficking that Colombia used exportable? Gen. Rodríguez: Drug trafficking has been the common thread in all of these instigators of violence. As you know, drug trafficking has become the catalyst for the economic needs that these illegal organizations have, which agrees with the information we have from our intelligence agencies. They have an economic interest and other interests, while ideology, for example, is relegated to the side. General Juan Pablo Rodríguez Barragán: Yes, I believe that the Colombian model has been a successful model by virtue of its results. Some very important lessons we have learned can be shared with the international community so that this scourge and these criminal phenomena do not affect regional security and security in other countries. Colombia is helping and cooperating with the other countries; we have very important experiences which, as I told you, we have acquired in all this time spent confronting these phenomena of organized crime, and we believe that these experiences are very valuable for these countries which are beginning to suffer this type of phenomena, so that they apply them and avoid the situations we had to confront in our country. DIÁLOGO: At the Seventh F-Air Colombia 2015 Aeronautical Trade Show, from 9 to 12 July, the U.S.’s B52 bomber flew over Rionegro. What is the importance of this flyover for Colombia? Diálogo met with General Juan Pablo Rodríguez Barragán, Head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the Colombian Armed Forces, to discuss these and other topics during the South American Defense Conference (SOUTHDEC 2015) which was held in Asunción, Paraguay, from 18 to 21 August. Gen. Rodríguez: I hope that visits like this are repeated periodically. Buenaventura has been very impacted by illegal groups on different occasions, although the Armed Forces and Police have neutralized them. Visits like this, which help the community and create well-being, are very important and in this case, the Comfort’s visit was received very well by all the citizens of Buenaventura and by us as well. We thank SOUTHCOM for this visit which made very important medical care available to the entire population of Buenaventura, and I hope visits like this can be repeated. Gen. Rodríguez: It’s very important for us, because this aeronautical trade show developed by our Colombian force is becoming more and more relevant. The trade show began with a regional presence and now has a global presence. The participation of this bomber was very important for us: it graced the show and generated a better idea of all strategic and aviation capacities. This is what the trade show is about, getting to know the capacities that our Air Forces have at a global level and exchanging them with the ones we have. This event is more important each time and has a significant presence not just at a regional level and for the countries of the Western Hemisphere, but also at a global level. It means that the countries and businesses participating in this event are interested in getting to know what the experience of Colombia and its Air Force has been in fighting diverse instigators of violence and they want to share the technological knowledge that each one of the businesses that participate in this event have in order to improve security and interoperability conditions. DIÁLOGO: General John Kelly will be leaving SOUTHCOM soon to retire. What is your opinion on General Kelly’s three-and-a-half years as Commander, and how were Colombian-U.S. relations and relations between both Armed Forces strengthened during this time? last_img read more

Julianne Hough Steps Out After Filing for Divorce From Brooks Laich

first_img“We have lovingly and carefully taken the time we have needed to arrive at our decision to separate,” they said in a joint statement at the time. “We share an abundance of love and respect for one another and will continue to lead with our hearts from that place. We kindly request your compassion and respect for our privacy moving forward.”In August, the duo sparked reconciliation rumors when they were spotted at lunch. One month later, a source told Us Weekly that Julianne and the former NHL player were “giving things another shot.”- Advertisement – – Advertisement – One day later, the Footloose star broke her social media silence when she chronicled her work out session with brother Derek Hough via her Instagram Story. Julianne shared a selfie in a gray sports bra and leggings and also posted a video of herself balancing on a wooden board.Julianne Hough Steps Out Without Wedding Ring After Filing for Divorce From Brooks LaichJulianne Hough and Brooks Laich. Sara De Boer/StartraksIn another clip, the Rock of Ages star filmed herself lying on her back as she stretched her legs in the air.Julianne filed for divorce from Laich, 37, on Monday, November 2. The pair — who tied the knot in July 2017 — announced their separation in May.- Advertisement – Keeping busy. Julianne Hough was spotted out for the first time since filing for divorce from Brooks Laich five months after their split.The Dancing With the Stars alum, 32, was seen heading to work out at a studio in Los Angeles on Thursday, November 5, without her wedding ring, in photos published by the Daily Mail. Hough wore a cropped black sweatshirt and leggings with matching sneakers and a Chanel purse.- Advertisement – A second source told Us on Wednesday, November 4, that the former couple “had a lot of back-and-forth moments” about their relationship.“When they took time apart, Julianne was heavily involved with Kinrgy, and because Brooks helped her develop it, they continued to stay in touch and also were connected because they share the same friend group,” the insider explained. “They missed each other and ended up hooking up a few times during their breakup and have tried to sort out their marriage and business commitments.”However, the source noted that Julianne and the Canada native “just can’t get past their problems,” despite their efforts.“Julianne had a dinner party with friends a few months ago, which Brooks came to,” the insider said. “They were trying to be lovey-dovey with each other and have a good night with a few friends, but Brooks ended up bringing up some of their issues in front of everyone and it became a big fight.”As Julianne has focused on working out amid their split, Laich has turned to prayer. The athlete opened up about his coping mechanisms on the Monday, November 2, episode of his “How Men Think” podcast.“I also say I’m grateful for the blessings and the challenges in my life,” he said. “I’m grateful that life isn’t just easy. Prayer has been a really big one for me to be able to acknowledge what I’m feeling. It’s just practicing gratitude out loud.”Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories!last_img read more

Spurs’ Son to begin military service during league suspension

first_imgTottenham Hotspur forward Son Heung-min will begin mandatory military service in his native South Korea while the Premier League remains suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic, the London club announced on Monday.Son, who returned to South Korea at the end of March, is currently in quarantine and will begin service later this month.The 27-year-old, who has been sidelined since he fractured his hand in February, was originally meant to serve 21 months but earned an exemption when he led South Korea to gold at the 2018 Asian Games. “The club can confirm that Son Heung-Min will commence his mandatory military service in South Korea this month,” Spurs said in a statement https://www.tottenhamhotspur.com/news/2020/april/son-update.”Our medical staff are in regular contact as he concludes his recovery after fracturing his arm in our 3-2 win against Aston Villa on Feb. 16 and continues to train.”Tottenham, who were eighth in the league table when the season was suspended, said Son would return to London following the conclusion of his military service in May. Topics :last_img read more

Gobernador Wolf: Los distribuidores de alimentos de Pennsylvania reciben $50 millones para cajas de alimentos que van directo de los agricultores a las familias

first_img May 19, 2020 Español,  Press Release,  Public Health El Gobernador Tom Wolf anunció hoy que los distribuidores de alimentos de Pennsylvania recibirán más de $50 millones de los $1.2 mil millones en fondos para el programa de cajas de alimentos que van directo de los agricultores a las familias (Food Box Farmers to Families) del Departamento de Agricultura de los Estados Unidos. El dinero financiará la compra de excedentes de leche y otros productos lácteos, al igual que pollo, cerdo y productos frescos de los agricultores de Pennsylvania que perdieron los mercados para sus productos debido a la pandemia de COVID-19. Los distribuidores trabajarán con bancos de alimentos y otras organizaciones sin fines de lucro en todo el estado para llevar cajas de alimentos a las familias de Pennsylvania que sufren inseguridad alimentaria.“Este financiamiento vital pondrá alimentos frescos y nutritivos en las mesas de los residentes de Pennsylvania y dinero en los bolsillos de nuestros agricultores”, dijo Wolf. “La Administración Wolf ha promovido este y otros apoyos específicos para nuestra industria agrícola, y nos complace que estos fondos complementen otros fondos estatales y federales específicos para combatir el desperdicio de alimentos y la inseguridad alimentaria en Pennsylvania”.Una lista completa de los contratos adjudicados se puede encontrar en el sitio de Internet del Departamento de Agricultura de los Estados Unidos (USDA). Los contratos de Pennsylvania se adjudicaron de la siguiente manera.ALL Holding Company, Harleysville, Montgomery Co. – $18,000Brian Campbell Farms, Berwick, Columbia Co. – $900,000Clemens Food Group, Hatfield, Montgomery Co. – $3,669,158Common Market Philadelphia, Inc., Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co. – $5,760,000Dertstine’s Inc., Sellersville, Bucks Co. – $5,962,356Farm to Table Buy Local, Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co. – $281,880John Vena Inc, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co. – $1,800,000Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative, Lancaster, Lancaster Co. – $1,365,000Marburger Farm Dairy, Evans City, Butler Co. – $78,636Mid-Atlantic Regional Cooperative/Feeding Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co. – $3,772,314Monteverde’s Inc., Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co. – $1,440,000Novick Brothers Corp., Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co. – $502,737Paragon Wholesale Foods, Warrenda, Allegheny Co. – $3,816,000Schneider Dairy Inc., Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co. – $4,270,000Stanley Marvel Inc., Bensalem, Bucks Co. – $14,427,840T.M. Kovacevich, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co. – $2,054,333Turner Dairy Farms Inc., Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co. – $315,450Para recibir más información sobre seguridad alimentaria en Pennsylvania, incluida información sobre los recursos y las medidas tomadas por la Administración Wolf, visite Agriculture.pa.gov/foodsecurity. Para obtener la información más exacta y oportuna relacionada con la salud en Pennsylvania, visite on.pa.gov/coronavirus.View this information in English. SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img Gobernador Wolf: Los distribuidores de alimentos de Pennsylvania reciben $50 millones para cajas de alimentos que van directo de los agricultores a las familiaslast_img read more