Ozarks At Large

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Randy Veach, president of the Arkansas Farm Bureau, tells Talk Business and Politics' Roby Brock that several Arkansas crops have been devastated by recent floods.

MUSIC: "Trusty and True" by Damien Rice

The Arkansas Immunization Action Coalition, a group made up of nurses, doctors and other public health stakeholders, is offering 25 mini-grants to help improve the state's health through immunizations.

University of Arkansas Fort Smith Associate Professor of English Bret Strauch uses internet memes in his classes and studies their cultural meaning and implications.

MUSIC: “Graveyard Memes” Field Tombs

ADEQ Director Testifies in House

May 24, 2017

The head of the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality is praising President Trump’s EPA for taking a step back from directing states. ADEQ Director Becky Keogh testified to members of the U.S. House Science, Space, and Technology’s subcommittee on Environment yesterday. Keogh complained that Arkansas regulators were routinely second-guessed by President Obama’s EPA and immersed in expensive legal research.

The global landscape is always ripe for shifts, but after Brexit and the election of President Trump, the changes seem more swift than ever. This spring Klaus Larres, a distinguished professor of history at the University of North Carolina, delivered a lecture about an age of uncertainty on the University of Arkansas campus. During his time here he spoke to Ozarks at Large.