Host: Kay Puttock
In the wake of Governor Terry Branstad signing of Agricultural Bill SF 510, State Senator Herman Quirmbach offers his analysis and hopes for the future of the Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture.
Drew Kamp, the Director of Government Relations and Business Retention for the Ames Chamber of Commerce talks about his views on the past legislative session, and also about his forthcoming lobbying trip to Washington along with other members of the Chamber.
Lyndsay Nissen talks about her plans for an artists' co-operative she's in the process of building on Reliable Street.
.Four students from Ames Middle School, along with their teacher Steph Schares talk about the writing, planning and publishing of two anthologies they've published of their written work.
- Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture
- Ames Chamber of Commerce
- Reliable Street on FaceBook
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Originally broadcast 05/15/2017
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