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The Yonder Report

Aug 3, 2022

People in five rural Kentucky counties are fighting their way back after catastrophic flooding; preserving Oklahoma's historic buildings in small communities runs up against funding shortages; and more factory-built manufactured homes could help solve the nation's housing shortage.


Jul 27, 2022

Climbing a Nebraska wind turbine tower toward a career; a new study explores barriers to healthcare for LGBTQ communities; and rural radio listeners still tune their dial to ag shows.


Jul 20, 2022

Eight Western states will benefit from a network of EV fast-charging stations; inflation is hitting rural people harder than urban, mostly due to fuel costs; an agricultural scholarship for LGBTQ students celebrates an anniversary; and teachers-in-training are reframing lesson plans to include more stories about rural...


Jul 13, 2022

Tribal nations fear a recent SCOTUS decision erodes sovereignty; Black property owners learn what’s "rightfully yours" is an uphill battle over time; rural America needs more resources to meet the demographic transition and the Appalachian region wants YOU!


Jul 6, 2022

A reminder to stay safe this summer from an up-tick in ticks; agriculture advocates want faster action to protect independent farmers; in Iowa green jobs are flourishing; and more school-age kids will not go hungry this summer with an extension of pandemic meals relief.