|In Meat Tests, More Data Tying Human Illness To Farm Antibiotics|
National Public Radio - 4/17/2013. By Eliza Barclay - Are the antibiotics the livestock industry uses on animals responsible for antibiotic-resistant infections in people? Bacteria are notoriously hard to follow from farm to fork, but more pieces of the puzzle are coming together that suggest the answer is yes.
|Lighting a Spark on the High Plains|
The New York Times - 4/17/2013. Op-Ed by Mary Pipher - I grew up in Nebraska. My great-grandparents homesteaded here. Generally, Nebraskans are a polite, cautious people more interested in weather than politics, and in pie than causes. That is, until recently.
|Sounding the SOS (Save our seafood)|
Portland Press Herald - 4/17/2013. By Meredith Goad - Steve and Michelle Corry, owners of Five Fifty-Five in Portland, participated in the Gulf of Maine Research Institute's Out of the Blue program last year, making it a point to place under-used fish from the Gulf of Maine on their menu to give overfished species a break.