Niche market sales are on the rise across the U.S. due to the ongoing pandemic. Noah talked with one rancher about the rise in sales she is seeing right here in Kansas.
Here is a resource to answer some of your questions about force majeure during the COVID-19 pandemic
We talk with Dr. Robert Moser, Dean of KU School of Medicine at Salina, about the possible effects COVID-19 could have on the rural healthcare system.
While the drive came about because the office was looking for more community outreach opportunities, it just so happened to fall when the need was growing because of the COVID-19 crisis.
On March 27, USDA’s Risk Management Agency (RMA) released information regarding additional flexibilities for producers working through Approved Insurance Providers (AIPs).
The problem, Mike Floersch says, isn’t the availability of food in distributors’ warehouses, but the people to pull product and put it on trucks to ship out.
Betzen and some of her friends helped form the Fredonia CAN (Coronavirus Awareness and Nutrition) taskforce to provide community members with information on where to find food and other resources.
We talk with Dustin Kuntz of Harveyville Seed to discuss how COVID-19 could impact his small business.
Rural Development will keep customers, partners, and stakeholders continuously updated as more actions are taken to better serve rural America.
KFB talks with Dr. Brian Jordan from the Kansas Association of School Boards about how K-12 education is impacted because of COVID-19.