Greg Johnson of the Small House Society talks about the tiny house movement over the past 19 years. This event took place at the Public Library in Hiawatha, Iowa.
UPDATE: 21 Sep 2023 It seems that Marilyn Farms is no longer operating, at least not as a public presence. This page was originally created as part of a broader effort to promote awareness of local Iowa farming. The original page content is below. The website for the farm no longer exists, but you can… Continue reading Marilyn Farms of Kalona Iowa
In 2014 a $96 million dollar 10-year plan was established to renovate dozens of Iowa lakes in order to provide cleaner water for the state and safer recreational use. “The project will clean out chemicals released by blue and green algae. The algae are bacteria that form when there are extra nutrients in the water… Continue reading Kent Park Lake Renovation Part of State-Wide Plan for Cleaner Water
Introduction For several years I’ve been inspired by the TennesseePromise.gov program, a ‘college for all program’ created by a conservative Republican governor Bill Haslam. Making higher education more accessible is a strategy used by conservatives and those in business to promote a greater skilled workforce for industry and economic prosperity. It’s not only good for… Continue reading Education, Economy, and National Security