Monthly Archives: January 2014

Borrowing from Sustainable Agriculture for the Mississippi River

When we think of agriculture and the Mississippi River, we see great barge transports, USDA healthy watershed efforts and silo-framed farms rolling over plentiful waves of grain. We should dig a little deeper for clues agriculture may have for the … Continue reading

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Resolved: Increase National Awareness of Mississippi River For More Engagement

According to “Statistic Brain” an on-line statistics nonprofit, 45 percent of Americans make New Year’s Resolutions and 38 percent absolutely never make them. This year I’ll be one of the 45 percent and I hope I’m one of the eight … Continue reading

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