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SHOW-ME AG TACKLES MISSOURI AGRICULTURAL AND RURAL MATTERS

Show-Me Ag Tackles Missouri Agricultural and Rural Matters

KMOS, public media licensed to the University of Central Missouri, informs the general public about issues facing Agri-business and those involved in this ever-changing and ever-challenging field through their program, Show-Me Ag.

This monthly, half-hour original program digs down to the roots of Missouri’s agricultural and rural matters. Host, Kyle Vickers, uses his extensive background in family farming, as well as agricultural policy to offer insight into many issues facing farmers today. From alternative crops and fuel sources to geo-imaging software and community farms, Show-Me Ag strives to touch on all aspects of this diverse subject.

Show-Me Ag airs on the first and third Thursday of every month at 7:30 p.m., and again on the following Saturday at 4:00 p.m.

Watch "Local Foods, Local Places" below. This full episode of Show-Me Ag helps cities and towns across the country protect the environment and human health by engaging with local partners to reinvest in existing neighborhoods as they develop local food systems.

Visit the Show-Me Ag website for additional information and full episodes.

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