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Utah’s governor and legislature are still hoping to keep the lucrative Outdoor Retailer show in Salt Lake City.

Warm Weather In The U.S. Good for Beef Producers

Mar 10, 2017
Jeff Vanuga / NRCS

The recent warm weather throughout most of the U.S. is enticing cooks to venture outdoors to throw some meat on on the grill.  Beef producers have benefited from this trend, as retail and wholesale beef prices have gained ground over the past month, finally dragging live cattle prices out of the slump they've been in since the start of winter.

An English Farmer's View of Rural America

Mar 10, 2017
Tim McCabe / NRCS

James Rebank's recent New York Times Op-Ed essay provides a sheep farmer's view about the effects of global trade on rural America, and on his farm in the Lake District fells of North England.  Rebanks, who is also an author, passed through rural Kentucky on a tour to promote his latest book, The Shepard's View: Modern Photographs from and Ancient Landscape.

 

 

Gail Binkly / KSJD

It has been approximately 2 months since the designation of the Bears Ears National Monument in Southeastern Utah. However, the new monument remains a topic of disagreement at the state, national, and local level. KSJD News went to southeastern Utah to talk with locals on both sides.

 

Greg Jordan / Creative Commons

New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez vetoed a bill Wednesday that would have allowed the growing of industrial hemp for research and development.

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