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Published by the University of New Hampshire, this publication explores consumer and retailer demand for locally-caught seafood in New Hampshire. January 2014.

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This USDA Economic Research Service economic brief provides data on on the U.S. rural economy, including employment, poverty, and population trends. Authored by ERS economist Lorin Kusmin.

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By Houtian Ge, Patrick Canning, Stephan J. Goetz and Agnes Perez. Selected Paper prepared for presentation at the 2015 Agricultural & Applied Economics Association and Western Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, July 26 - 28, 2015. PDF.

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By Stephan Goetz (National Agricultural and Rural Development Policy Center, Northeast Regional Center, and Penn State) and Meri Davlasheridze (Texas A&M University at Galveston)

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Chart showing Cooperative Extension's effects on farmer retention.

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A 1-page printer-friendly pdf of an infographic showing Extension's effects on farmer retention

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An infographic showing the signs and stigmas associated with prescription drug misuse. 2.6MB

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This publication highlights five priority areas being addressed at various land grant universities through the Cooperative Extension Section (CES) and Experiment Stations. Many of these activities are coordinated by the four Regional Rural Development Centers (RRDCs), who work in their respective regions – sharing resources and capacity in a wide range of rural development topics. 3.4MB PDF

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Developed as a special insert for The Delmarva Farmer, this publication is an outcome of the NERCRD-funded project, "Developing a Coordinated Community Risk Management Approach to Health and Health Insurance among Farm Enterprises." The collection of articles rose out of discussions that took place at the Linking Farm Vitality and Health Forums, held in September 2018 in Delaware and Maryland, as a way to reach farm audiences with information to strengthen their health and well-being. Provided here with permission from Virginia Brown, University of Maryland.