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by Cami Koons
Area farmers and florists hope Kansas Citians will buy locally grown flowers rather than international flowers.
The loud, showy sport of tractor pulling remains a popular pastime in rural Missouri.
In Kansas City, folks are donating breast milk, searching for formula and working together to keep babies fed amid a national shortage of baby formula.
The Ukrainian Club of Kansas City moves away from cultural activities as members search for ways to support the war effort in their home country.
In Kansas City, more and more folks find themselves unhoused with pets. Many in the charitable sector are seeing the need for more pet friendly options.
Rural development loans from the USDA allow folks to pay 0% down on a properties out of the city.
Government funding means rural broadband is expanding, but many still struggling for decent connectivity.
Many organizations across Kansas City deal with climate change, but here are some of the big players and what they do.
Manufacturers are finding new ways to make sustainable products using hemp fiber.
Prices for CBD plummeted in 2019 as producers flooded the market, but those who stayed in the game are hopeful that FDA approval will blossom the industry.