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This is the latest installment of Harvest Public Media’s Field Notes, in which reporters talk to newsmakers and experts about important issues related to
U.S. Senator Roy Blunt was in Missouri on Thursday to promote legislation that would reduce the number of so-called "boutique" fuels.Under the Clean Air
Since the military takeover in Egypt last month, journalists have been attacked from all sides of the conflict. When security forces shot Tamer Abdel
Regional news coverage from the KBIA newsroom, including: Gov. Jay Nixon announces $3 million expansion of a Troy, Mo. auto part manufacturerNew Missouri
On this week's episode, we'll hear about efforts to control feral hog populations.
Feral hogs are a big, expensive problem. The prolific procreators are responsible for $1.5 billion in damages and prevention each year —$800 million in
Hot weather has been greeting visitors to this year’s Farm Progress Show in Decatur, Illinois, one of the country’s largest agriculture trade shows.
"Can't survive on $7.35 -- can't survive on $7.35." That was one of the rallying cries this morning at a gathering outside the Hardee's restaurant on
Today Paul Pepper talks about tomatoes and mushrooms! First up, TIM REINBOTT, with Bradford Farm's 9th Annual Tomato Festival Sept. 5th! Then, check out
A new report from the US Department of Agriculture has found that through voluntary conservation measures, farmers reduced the amount of nitrogen that
This week we answer a pretty common CoMo question: what's with all the roundabouts in Columbia?
Today Paul Pepper is joined by JOAN STACK, Missouri State Historical Society, who talks about a significant event that happened 150 years ago! It's now an
Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Report released by environmental group blames farmers for failing to protect soilGov. Jay Nixon
Farmers across the country received more than $17 billion in federal crop insurance payouts after last year’s drought. A report released on Tuesday by an
This spring and summer, U.S. Geological Survey scientists waded into 100 Midwest streams to test for hundreds of chemicals used in farming, including
Today Paul Pepper welcomes JUDY BOCK and NANCY BENNETT, with Adoption Triad Connection of Mid-Missouri, which is a group that supports all levels of
Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including: House Rep. LaFaver arrested for marijuana possessionTest burn on grass for fuel program raises
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Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Votes on Mo. income tax cut could draw challengersMissouri Botanical Garden Completes
As the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education releases the latest round of MAP scores, Columbia Public Schools Superintendent Chris
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