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|Friday, March 12, 2010|
Dave Vanasche, the president of the Washington County Farm Bureau, is leading the fight to protect farmland from development as major companies such as Intel, Genentech and SolarWorld expand on formerly rural properties.
Vanasche is a key influence in pushing Metro to designate more rural reserves rather than urban reserves.
Read the full story at OregonLive.com.
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