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Dan Charles Aug 12
The pandemic forced me to abandon plans for a big series on agricultural land: Who controls it; how vast the effects are. I did manage 4 stories so far. So, a short thread ...
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Tim Searchinger Jul 30
Important piece. Steady acquisition of farmland by investors is a powerful trend based on the basic fact that farmland is increasingly valuable and hard for normal people to afford. How they manage it is critical. We need good models.
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Dan Charles Jul 30
This will happen slowly, and impact is uncertain. But decisions about land have fundamental impact on environment and human communities. And ownership matters.
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Dan Charles Jul 14
The competition to rent farm land has a profound, if subtle, effect. And it's mostly bad for the environment.
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Dan Charles May 22
It's a complicated, labor-intensive task, moving unsold food from farms to food pantries.
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Dan Charles May 22
Food banks get the love, but SNAP is so much more important.
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NPRFood May 11
If you've had you could be a donor. Info here: convalescent plasma project donors
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Allison Aubrey May 11
does not wear one & only rarely. Why? "When I see someone wearing a it says 2 things: they care about the people around them and they care and respect themselves" Dr Robert Winn
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Allison Aubrey May 11
Too Much Alone Time? Here are 5 ways to CONNECT amid 1. MAKE ART 2. CONNECT W/ AN OLDER PERSON 3. GO 'ALL IN' ON A HOBBY 4. BECOME A CITIZEN SCHOLAR 5. VOLUNTEER
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Dan Charles May 9
Hear the story of COVID-19 in the Smithfield plant in Sioux Falls, told by people who played a role in that saga. It's gripping stuff. From
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NPRFood Apr 18
Who is Hit Hardest by ? all matter "Every major crisis or catastrophe hits the most vulnerable communities the hardest," says
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Allison Aubrey Apr 16
Are any states/cities ready now to enter phase 1 of re-open? "No" says "With the state of testing we're not ready to move in to phase 1 anywhere" in the U.S. We don't have enough
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POLITICO Apr 17
How can Washington help the restaurant industry and its workers recover from the devastating blow from the coronavirus crisis? Join us for a conversation with Momofuku's and Marguerite Mariscal on Monday. Ask them anything with .
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Dan Charles Apr 15
So many aspects of the current food chaos in this story. Sick workers, farmers with pigs they can't sell, and a company warning of food shortages that don't exist.
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Dan Charles Apr 14
How the mayor of Sioux Falls forced Smithfield Foods to close its big pork plant.
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Allison Aubrey Apr 5
Here's a way to SLOW DOWN & deep even if you can't get outside today.. And if u need some check out this technique to settle your soul....check out this
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Allison Aubrey Apr 5
Task force says more hotspots emerging: Colorado, Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C area And here's more DETAIL on how to wear & wash
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Allison Aubrey Apr 5
My daughter just Face-timed me from her bedroom asking me to bring her Nutella toast. What?!! DO IT YOUR (big-girl) SELF ! @NPRCoreyTurner
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Allison Aubrey Apr 3
Wondering how to make your own You can FOLD a mask - origami You can 3D Print a mask -- You can SEW a mask Fashion-minded? There's Burberry-style masks on 2/3
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