Rural Needs a Positive Vision to Survive and Thrive
More people than ever need opportunities that rural America can provide. It’s up to those who love those communities welcome the next generations of rural Americans.
A recent analysis by Randall Akee, a professor at the University of California, Los Angeles, found that on reservations with fewer than 5,000 people, the algorithm decreased the population of Native Americans by an average of 34 percent.
More than 5 million Americans live in education deserts, lacking any college within a 30-minute drive. Few students go away to college, and poverty persists.
Frontier regions constitute nearly half of the nation’s land area but only 2 percent of its population.
Researchers believe rural America may be the key to some of the most effective climate change mitigation practices.
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