What are you watching in 2022?

Last year, we tracked progress and challenges across several issues with consequences for rural Americans, including the the cost of and access to broadband, the child tax credit and earned income tax credit expansions, and Covid-19 vaccination rates.

What issues are you tracking or working on as we enter 2022? We want to hear what you think we should be following and sharing about with our followers in the Rural Assembly. 

Know someone making a difference for their local communities or nationally for rural people? Let us know who they are — we would love to share their story. 

Drawing Resilience: Hannah Evans

Drawing Resilience: An interview with Hannah Evans, former Executive director of Virginia Food Works, a nonprofit that helps farmers and small businesses can their produce and create value-added products like salsa, hot sauce, and pasta sauce.

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Drawing Resilience: Dorn Cox

Drawing Resilence: An interview with Dorn Cox, farmer and research director for the Wolfe’s Neck Center for Agriculture and the Environment in Freeport, Maine.

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Video: Brady Piñero Walkinshaw 

Earth Alliance CEO Brady Walkinshaw talks about changing mindsets about the climate crisis — and why he thinks rural communities will play a critical role in solving it.

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