Minnesota growers said told surveyors they were satisfied with the prices their products fetched when they told them to schools near their farms and orchards, according to the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy.
Archives for May 2011
The National Rural Assembly, a gathering of small-town officials, non-profit leaders, community activists and experts from a variety of walks of life, is gathering in June for the first time outside of Washington, D.C. This year’s assembly is being held in St. Paul, MN, of June 28-30.
Virginia Regional Medical Center has entered into a letter of intent with Duluth-based Essentia Health.
The legislature has proposed dramatic cuts to a fund that helps the U of M train rural physicians in Minnesota.
One year after receiving a Healthy Communities Partnership grant from the Initiative Foundation of Little Falls, Todd County has seen changes.
Todd County will put up $20,000 to study the feasibility of building a county-wide broadband network.
Doctors in Minnesota find it harder all the time to run small practices, opting instead to join larger medical systems like Avera.
Ground Level has a new menu page that provides easy access to all the project’s stories, videos and white papers.
SISU in Duluth gives rural hospitals technical support and buying power.
Using cameras and monitors, a University of Minnesota program brings mental health services to the far reaches of the state.