People too often feel they need to pick one political side or the other. Yet topics related to diversity, equity and inclusion shouldn’t be partisan.
In a Democratic presidential debate, Marianne Williamson made a negative reference about agriculture that no one had the courage or knowledge to challenge.
Rural Americans — both in ag and other blue-collar industries — are keen on politics. And the electoral college is important to having a voice.
Three researchers write that the crucial mission of the FDA has been undermined and threatened by politically motivated interference from legislators.
A new political ag group has formed and they plan to get vocal. Family Farm Action says they are here to fight to protect America’s family farms and rural communities from multinational agribusiness monopolies that are destroying rural economies and way of life. Family Farm Action wants to fill a significant void they say as […]