The Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia has in recent years established a vibrant poultry industry. The typical poultry farmer raises chickens from a young age and to do so, requires a significant amount of heating and energy.Learn More >
Economic opportunity in North Dakota’s oil industry has brought an influx of workers to the state while also adding pressure to rural services such as health care.Learn More >
The Milton Regional Sewer Authority (MRSA) needed to improve and expand their existing sewer treatment plant.Learn More >
Hawk Springs, an unincorporated area with only 45 people and one of Wyoming’s lowest median household incomes, needed help. Aging septic systems were contaminating the water wells of residents, and a solution was needed.Learn More >
USDA Rural Housing Service Administrator Tony Hernandez joined State Director Terry Brunner to dedicate three homes at Zuni Pueblo and three apartment complexes in Gallup as part of National Homeownership Month celebrations.Learn More >
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Colorado has a long, rich tradition of raising potatoes that dates back to the early 1880’s. Today, it is one of the top producing regions in the U.S., and the majority of the potatoes are grown in the San Luis Valley.
Able, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides services to individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities. To help with the cost of providing those services, the organization operates a thrift store in Dickinson.Learn More >