By Tim Marema
If America's fruits and vegetables are grown in rural areas, wouldn't it just make sense that rural residents would have better access to healthy foods like these? Nope, says a study from South Carolina, which found that the…
Live reports all Saturday afternoon from the National Summit on Agriculture and Rural Life. The top three Democratic candidates for president will address rural issues and the Yonder will let you know what they say.
A human rights leader in urban Oakland, California, proposes shifting environmental activism to help those who've suffered from industrial pollution the most: poor people. Eco-equity makes sense for rural America, too.
The big foundations, based on the east and west coasts, are taking a closer look at rural non-profits, writes Tim Marema of the Center for Rural Strategies, but a new study shows that some city limits in attitude persist.