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Midwest Week of Action Builds Awareness About Climate Change

The Center is joining organizations from across the Midwest for a regional week of action, in order to build awareness for the Clean Power Plan, and encourage rural residents to voice their support for limits on carbon pollution from our nations power plants. The Clean Power Plan proposal isn't just about cutting carbon, it will encourage more investment in clean renewable energy and energy efficiency, which are both great ways to save money, and spark economic development.

#SupportRural on #GivingTuesday, December 2

​Your belly will probably be full of turkey from Thanksgiving. Your feet may hurt from hunting from Black Friday and your fingers might be sore from clicking for Cyber Monday shopping. But, on December 2, let your heart swell with #GivingTuesday. It’s a global day for giving back. The Center for Rural Affairs joins #GivingTuesday on December 2, 2014 by challenging you to #SupportRural.

A Gem of an Idea Gets this Business Rolling

Starting a business can be quite complicated, especially if you haven’t thought about the details involved in structuring the business, looking for startup capital, doing inspections, or looking for a location.

The history behind Luis Onate, owner of The Granola House in Norfolk, Nebraska, is no different. Luis worked as a restaurant manager a few years before he joined the Bakery Team at the local Hy-Vee. His experience was one of the multiple motivations to start his own business.

Veterans Should Have Health Coverage

This Veteran’s Day we honor those who serve and have served our country. Veterans put their lives on the line to protect our independence, our freedom, and all the rights we hold dear. Now is the time to fight for them by ensuring they have access to health coverage.
 

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