Dakota Rural Action Weekly Legislative Update
We’re closing in on the final stretch of session, which means it’s more important than ever to pay attention to what’s happening in Pierre. 869 more words
HB 1187 may have dire implications for those fighting CAFO sitings and other unwanted developments that negatively impact family farms, homes, and communities. It was scheduled today, and is being heard in the House Local Government Committee TOMORROW (Thursday, 2/16) at 10am in Room 414 at the Capitol. 197 more words
The Washington Department of Ecology’s rules could keep dairies out of court, but the costs for farmers are uncertain.
New rules issued by the Washington Department of Ecology on Wednesday will change the regulatory landscape for the state’s 230 dairies with more than 200 cows. 33 more words
By Dr. Mercola Antibiotic-resistant bacteria infect at least 2 million Americans every year. At least 23,000 die as a result.1 The growing threat of antibiotic-resistant disease is one of the biggest health threats facing the globe, yet, unlike some other pressing health threats, it has a clear and well-known cause: overuse of antibiotics. 109 more words
Orphan care is life giving in a challenging and uncertain kind of way. So, a year ago, as I was trudging through the trenches of Nursing school, and wondering where my joy had run off to, I knew that I was neglecting to engage in a movement the Lord had asked me to join. 827 more words