(Washington, D.C.) -- The National FFA Organization recently unveiled its new Agricultural Education for All roadmap.
(Lincoln) -- A new study suggests Nebraska farmers, and the general population, would be better served if climate scientists acted more like weather forecasters when linking extreme weather events to climate change.
(Omaha) -- The number of Nebraskans not sure where their next meal would come from was on the decline in 2019, but that was before the coronavirus pandemic upended the nation's economy, sending millions of Americans into unemployment lines.
(Washington, D.C.) -- Iowa Third District Congresswoman Cindy Axne says a bill recently passed in the House would create 1 million new apprenticeship opportunities across the country in the next five years.
(Washington, D.C.) -- Key Ethanol Senator Chuck Grassley says he just spoke with Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler and hints Wheeler may be open to last-minute relief for the ethanol industry on small oil refinery waivers.
(KMAland) -- Agricultural credit and farmer financial conditions are both a big concern in 2020 when COVID-19 ramped up earlier this year.
(Jefferson City) -- If the Food and Drug Administration approves Pfizer’s request for emergency use of the company’s COVID-19 drug, Missouri could get the first shipment of the vaccine later this month.
(Des Moines) -- State officials have announced their plan for distributing an expected COVID-19 vaccine in the coming weeks.
(Des Moines) -- The latest outlooks from the National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center show elevated chances of unseasonable warmth and dryness for Iowa in December.
(Washington, D.C.) -- For the fourth straight week, US soybean exports have hit a marketing-year low as China has continued its recent pullback of purchases.