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U.S. Ag Secretary explains climate change centers

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U.S. Ag Secretary explains climate change centers

By Matt Kelley The federal government is releasing more details about the offices it will open in Iowa and a half dozen other states to study climate change. The seven U.S.D.A. facilities, including one in Ames, will be called climate change mitigation centers, or climate hubs. U.S. Ag Secretary and former Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack says the facilities […]

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