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PNS Daily Newscast - January 22, 2018 


The funding stumble in Congress deepens the crisis for health centers; also on our nationwide rundown; we will let you know about concerns over possible "gifts" to payday lenders; and a new survey provides alarming numbers about young people and homelessness.

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Sustainable Agriculture

More and more food shoppers are going organic. Enough so that the government has decided to track and report the prices of organically-grown grains ...Read More
A rating of "four stars" has a whole new meaning in Montana. The Bozeman Community Co-op realized that shoppers have a hard time telling where meat ...Read More
North Dakota farmers and ranchers have a new source of income, thanks to the Chicago Climate exchange. The North Dakota Farmers Union's carbon ...Read More
Even in the middle of farm country, there are many Iowa school children who think their food comes from the grocery store, but have no idea how it ...Read More
Several Midwest senators are sponsoring legislation they say will strengthen Minnesota farms because it limits subsidies to mega-farms. It’s a ...Read More
Several Midwest Congressmembers have introduced legislation they say will reduce dependence on foreign oil and boost rural economies. Sponsor Sen ...Read More
Individually, raindrops seem harmless, but when they come in a torrent, they can wash away tons of topsoil. The recent heavy rains in southwest Iowa ...Read More
Every year, Iowa loses massive amounts of topsoil to wind and rain, and this spring's heavy rains came at a time when the fields were at their most ...Read More
Homegrown biodiesel, ready-to-eat dinners, cheese and even wind power are all produced in Colorado thanks to a little help from a federal grant ...Read More
A new report says there's a big economic boost when farmers convert their operations from conventional to organic crop production. The study from ...Read More
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