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RFA honors former Ag Committee Chairman Collin Peterson

Citing his decades of service to farmers and ethanol producers, the Renewable Fuels Association today honored former Rep. Collin Peterson, D-Minn., longtime chairman of the House Committee on Agriculture, with the RFA Industry Award. The award was presented in conjunction with RFA’s 26th annual National Ethanol Conference, held digitally this year due to the pandemic.
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Former US Rep. Collin Peterson still wants to help agriculture

DETROIT LAKES, Minn. - "Citizen Peterson" is ready to put some of his things in the Becker County Museum, but isn't ready to relegate himself to history, yet. Former U.S. House Agriculture Chairman Collin Peterson, D-Minn., lost his district 53.4% to 39.9% to his challenger, Rep. Michelle Fischbach, R-Minn., and left office in January.
Becker County, MNGrand Forks Herald

Former US Rep. Collin Peterson still wants to help agriculture

DETROIT LAKES, Minn. — “Citizen Peterson” is ready to put some of his things in the Becker County Museum, but isn’t ready to relegate himself to history, yet. Former U.S. House Agriculture Chairman Collin Peterson, D-Minn., lost his district 53.4% to 39.9% to his challenger, Rep. Michelle Fischbach, R-Minn., and left office in January.
Becker County, MNINFORUM

Former US Rep. Collin Peterson still wants to help agriculture

DETROIT LAKES, Minn. — “Citizen Peterson” is ready to put some of his things in the Becker County Museum, but isn’t ready to relegate himself to history, yet. Former U.S. House Agriculture Chairman Collin Peterson, D-Minn., lost his district 53.4% to 39.9% to his challenger, Rep. Michelle Fischbach, R-Minn., and left office in January.
Becker County, MNBrainerd Dispatch

Former US Rep. Collin Peterson still wants to help agriculture

DETROIT LAKES, Minn. — “Citizen Peterson” is ready to put some of his things in the Becker County Museum, but isn’t ready to relegate himself to history, yet. Former U.S. House Agriculture Chairman Collin Peterson, D-Minn., lost his district 53.4% to 39.9% to his challenger, Rep. Michelle Fischbach, R-Minn., and left office in January.
Grand Forks Herald

Former Rep. Collin Peterson donates papers, awards, other memorabilia to Becker County Museum

DETROIT LAKES, Minn. — Former Congressman Collin Peterson, who represented Minnesota’s 7th Congressional District in Washington, D.C. for decades, has made a significant donation to the Becker County Museum in Detroit Lakes, Minn., for archival and historical purposes. The items included are official office papers, correspondence, furniture, memorabilia, awards, photographs,...
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Former Congressman Collin Peterson makes 'significant' donation to local museum

The Honorable Collin C. Peterson, former Member of Congress from Detroit Lakes — who represented Minnesota’s Seventh Congressional District in Washington, D.C. — has made a significant donation to the Becker County Museum for archival and historical purposes. The items included are official office papers, correspondence, furniture, memorabilia, awards, photographs,...
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Rep. Collin Peterson's Desk To Be On Display At The Becker County Museum

The Becker County Museum has added a one-of-a-kind piece of history to their collection. Representative Collin Peterson, who represented Minnesota's Seventh Congressional District in Washington DC for 30 years, has donated a number of his things from his time in Washington, including the chair and desk that he worked at.
Agriculturekmaland.com

Collin Peterson mug for Agri-View

OPINION U.S. House Agriculture Committee Chairman Collin C. Peterson of Minnesota says there are multiple provisions to benefit dairy farmers in the new COVID-19-relief compromise package. “This compromise package contains strong support for dairies nationwide,” he said. “Support for product donations, improvements to Dairy Margin Coverage for small and medium farms, additional help for larger farmers that have previously been payment-limited, authority to make recourse loans on dairy products, funding for animal health and investments in meat-processing are all programs that will help dairy farmers in the near term and in the long run. While it’s not perfect, and there are areas within the package that could be improved, it’s a good down payment on the help that dairy producers in Minnesota and across the country need. I’m encouraged that the package got such overwhelming bipartisan support.”