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PNS Weekend Newscast - May 27th, 2016 


In the news this weekend: an attack in Egypt kills over two dozen people, President Trump's son in law is under the microscope in the Russian spying investigation, and it may take an entire village to save the planet.

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Rural/Farming

Every year, tons of precious Iowa topsoil wash away into rivers and lakes, damaging water quality and leaving less fertile soil behind. Soil ...Read More
Companies touting genetically-engineered crops say they're safe for people and the environment, but that's not a guarantee. U.S. District Court ...Read More
Want to get into farming in Minnesota? Here's your chance. A drive aimed at getting "new blood" into farming kicks off later this month, and it's ...Read More
A plan under consideration at the State Capitol is drawing support from a statewide coalition of conservation and environmental groups. Don Arnosti ...Read More
Members of the South Dakota Farmers Union are gathering in Huron this weekend for their annual convention, and topping the agenda is the future of ...Read More
Montana farmers are ready to roll out a new crop: oil seed plants that can be crushed and mixed with diesel to produce a cleaner-burning fuel ...Read More
At the annual Wisconsin Farmers' Union convention this weekend in Onalaska, the hot topics will be biofuels, farmers' health care, and the new Farm ...Read More
This year's Ohio Farmers Union convention isn't just about soil and crops, it's about energy and global warming, too. Larry Mitchell with the ...Read More
The Bush Administration hopes to move farm policy to center stage this week, as the Agriculture Secretary will present proposals for the next U.S ...Read More
The U.S. Farm Bill needs a makeover, according to a report released yesterday by farm, consumer, and community groups nationwide. Ferd Hoefner with ...Read More
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