Dec 28, 2022
Virginia’s future farmers learn both urban and rural agriculture have their place, North Carolina schools use Arizona’s successful tutoring model to reignite post-pandemic learning, generous quilt makers provide comfort to Kentucky’s flood victims, and Alaska’s Santa Claus shares greetings.
Dec 21, 2022
Virginia’s future farmers learn urban and rural agriculture have their place; North Carolina schools use Arizona’s successful tutoring model to re-ignite post-pandemic learning; generous quilt makers provide comfort to Kentucky’s flood victims; and Alaska’s Santa Claus shares greetings.
Dec 14, 2022
The FCC wants public input to map best use of $40 Billion slated for internet improvements; a new podcast aims to transform misperceptions about rural America; and some Montanans want the state’s budget surplus spent on a trust to safeguard land, water and wildlife – but will the governor be convinced?
Dec 7, 2022
The contested Farm Workforce Modernization Act before Congress could help more farmers stay in business by hiring undocumented ag workers; the USDA is stepping-up to support tribal nations that want to adhere to Indigenous beliefs and dietary needs; and advocates for children are urging Congress to revive the expanded...
Nov 30, 2022
The first-ever "Trout-safe" certification goes to an Idaho fish farm owned by The Nature Conservancy; the "Healthy Housing Initiative" is helping improve livability and reduce health risks in 22 rural communities; and if Oklahoma calls you, there's a new database to make it easier for buyers and builders to find...