How Princeton is responding to a land detachment request is food for thought for Baldwin residents as questions of annexation continue to arise in the years to come.
Archives for December 2010
Maryland is taking a stab at defining “local” food, not by setting a radius but by making retailers tell consumers what state the food is from if they claim it’s local.
When the Citizens League held dozens of budget conversations around Minnesota, they heard support for budget cuts, tax increases but mostly long-term reform.
In tough times, a family has opened a new grocery store in Browerville, catering particularly to home bakers.
Thomas Terry has twice seen close up the effects of city mergers that streamline services and kept taxes down.
In a place that has a high rate of volunteering, Minnesotans are demanding that their volunteer efforts have more impact.
According to preliminary census data, over 1,000 residents left Baldwin Township in the last year. Is this a sign of things to come? Will Baldwin continue to shrink?
Up to 10 percent of the U.S. diet is supplied from local food, Brian Halweil of the Worldwatch Institute estimated on MPR News’ Midmorning show Wednesday.
The Food Safety Modernization Act has passed Congress, strengthening federal oversight of food processing facilities and farms but keeping a controversial exemption for small farms.
The National Advisory Committee on Rural Health and Human Services focused in this year’s report on home- and community-based care for rural seniors.