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Rural America; Volume 12, Issue 2; March 2001: Volume 12, Issue 2 ; March 2001

By: Douglas E. Bowers

...C, 20036 5831. All telephone numbers will change as a result of the move. Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Anne B... ... 5831. All telephone numbers will change as a result of the move. Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Anne B. Efflan... ...31. All telephone numbers will change as a result of the move. Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Anne B. Effland, ... ...he location of institutions of higher learning, hospitals, and physicians. Douglas E. Bowers A great deal has been written in recent years about the ... ...ion of institutions of higher learning, hospitals, and physicians. Douglas E. Bowers A great deal has been written in recent years about the deindust... ...h 1994 (table 1). Metro nonmetro patterns . This is a rather grim pictur e of manufacturing as a sour ce of jobs and income but, as is often the cas... ... National Farmers’ Market Dir ectory, USDA AMS, Mar ch 1994. Julie Leones, Douglas Dunn, Marshall W orden, and Robert E. Call, Agricultural T ourism ...

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Rural America; Volume 12, Issue 3; April 2001: Volume 12, Issue 3 ; April 2001

By: Douglas E. Bowers

...mic Theory Multiple Conflicts Over Multiple Uses The Farm Family Business Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Lindsa... ...ry Multiple Conflicts Over Multiple Uses The Farm Family Business Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Lindsay Mann, ... ...Multiple Conflicts Over Multiple Uses The Farm Family Business Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Lindsay Mann, Man... ...r than 20 percent in 1990, but lower than 20 percent in at least one of th e previous three censuses. (c) Nationally, nonmetro per capita income grew ... ...oring” counties of a county with a high value of a particular variable hav e either high or low values for that variable. Three steps are involved in ...

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Rural America; Volume 12, Issue 1; August 1997: Volume 12, Issue 1 ; August 1997

By: Douglas E. Bowers

...y Americans Value Rural Life Rural America as a Symbol of American Values Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Thomas D. Rowley, Issue Editor Lindsay ... ...ans Value Rural Life Rural America as a Symbol of American Values Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Thomas D. Rowley, Issue Editor Lindsay Mann, Ma... ... Value Rural Life Rural America as a Symbol of American Values Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Thomas D. Rowley, Issue Editor Lindsay Mann, Manag... ...tion of that fr ee ranging conversation. W ritten by experts in literatur e, history , urban sociology , and land scape ar chitecture, the articles... ...th pr orural and antiurban values in America and show why those values ar e so persistent and powerful in American myth, r eality, and political and ...

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Rural America; Volume 11, Issue 2; March 2001: Volume 11, Issue 2 ; March 2001

By: Douglas E. Bowers

... University of New York at Albany. Phone 518/442 5266 • Fax 518/442 5298 • E Mail brad@cnsvax.albany.edu In addition to the author, the team who monit... ...o. 2 Alaska Rural Development Council Chuck Akers, Executive Director 2221 E. Northern Lights Boulevard, Suite 132 Anchorage, Alaska 99508 Phone 907/2... ...ave Plazak, Executive Director Iowa Department of Economic Development 200 E. Grand Avenue Des Moines, Iowa 50309 Phone 515/242 4875 Fax 515/252 4809 ...

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Rural America; Volume 11, Issue 3; March 2001: Volume 11, Issue 3 ; March 2001

By: Douglas E. Bowers

...aspects of the job, I am happily mov ing back into research here at ERS. Douglas Bowers moves from research to the executive editorship. I would li... ...University of Washington, Seattle. Phone 206/543 5871 • Fax 206/543 3313 • E Mail beyers(or dlindahl)@u.washington.edu The authors acknowledge the sup... ...ed by Paul Swaim, formerly of ERS. Phone 202/219 0550 • Fax 202/219 1191 • E mail lkusmin@econ.ag.gov Figure 1 Rate of computer use on the job Percent... ...employment Insurance Frank Brechling and Louise Laurence. Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, 1995, 111 pages. ISBN 0 88099 ... ...llhead City Prescott Lake Havasu City Kingman Winslow Nogales Sierra Vista Douglas Page Metro core Metro outlying Nonmetro adjacent Nonmetro non... ...including Prescott and Kingman in the north and Nogales, Sierra Vista, and Douglas along the Mexican border. All had been hidden within metro outlyin...

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Rural America; Volume 13, Issue 1; May 1998: Volume 13, Issue 1 ; May 1998

By: Douglas E. Bowers

...il ing. Many retail and service businesses are run solely by one person. Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Lindsa... ... Many retail and service businesses are run solely by one person. Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Lindsay Mann, ... ...any retail and service businesses are run solely by one person. Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Lindsay Mann, Man... ...Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Lindsay Mann, Managing Editor Anne E. Pearl, Layout and Production Cover photo: Z Bar/Spring Hill Ranch, Tall... ...on Change in the Nonmet ro G reat Plains by Donald J . Adamchak, Leona rd E. Bloomquist, Kent Bausman, and Rashida Qu reshi 52Which Federal P rogram...

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Rural America, Volume 16, Issue 3

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Rural America, Volume 16, Issue 4

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Rural America, Volume 17, Issue 4

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Sustaining the Great Plains

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Rural America, Volume 17, Issue 2

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Rural America, Volume 15, Issue 2

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Rural America; Volume 17, Issue 4; January 2003: Volume 17, Issue 4 ; January 2003

By: Douglas Bowers

...al Earnings Up in 2000, But Much Less Than Urban Earnings Linda M. Ghelfi Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Dale S... ...ngs Up in 2000, But Much Less Than Urban Earnings Linda M. Ghelfi Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Dale Simms, Ma... ... Up in 2000, But Much Less Than Urban Earnings Linda M. Ghelfi Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Dale Simms, Manag... ... Winter 2002 1 Rural America Rural America D Do ou ug gl la as s E E. . B Bo ow we er rs s T T his is the final issue of Rural America,... ...ounty Population Loss, 1990-2000 M Me ea as su ur re es s S So ou ur rc ce e E Ec co on no om mi ic c b ba as se e Farming-dependent county (yes/no) ...

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Rural America; Volume 15, Issue 4; March 2001: Volume 15, Issue 4 ; March 2001

By: Douglas Bowers

... the competitive advantage of the highest two groups is still quite strong. C Co om mb bi in ne ed d e ef ff fe ec ct ts s o of f u ur rb ba an n ... ...tesy John B. Cromartie. 19 February 2001/Volume 15, Issue 4 W W e tend to think of our “New Economy” as a servi... ...areas are those outside of metropolitan areas, equiva- lent to nonmetropolitan. C Co ou un nt ty y e ed du uc ca at ti io on n t th hi ir rd ds s...

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Rural America; Volume 15, Issue 2; June 2000: Volume 15, Issue 2 ; June 2000

By: Douglas Bowers

... and TDD). USDA is an equal employment opportunity provider and employer. Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Dale S... ...). USDA is an equal employment opportunity provider and employer. Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Dale Simms, Ma... ...USDA is an equal employment opportunity provider and employer. Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Dale Simms, Manag... ...th dead-end jobs with little promise of promotions. D Do ou ug gl la as s E E. . B Bo ow we er rs s M M any rural area... ...ia (see “The Measure of Housing Poverty” for more detailed definitions):  E Ec co on no om mi ic c N Ne ee ed d: : Housing costs (including mortgage...

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Rural America; Volume 15, Issue 1; February 2000: Volume 15, Issue 1 ; February 2000

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Rural America; Volume 17, Issue 1; June 2002: Volume 17, Issue 1 ; June 2002

By: Douglas Bowers

...ica USDA/ERS Volume 17, Issue 1 Spring 2002 D Do ou ug gl la as s E E. . B Bo ow we er rs s T T his issue of Rural America covers a wide s... ...0 at a Greater Rate Than Imports, Reversing 5-Year Trend William Edmondson Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Dale S... ...reater Rate Than Imports, Reversing 5-Year Trend William Edmondson Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Dale Simms, Ma... ...ter Rate Than Imports, Reversing 5-Year Trend William Edmondson Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Dale Simms, Manag... ...rkable Electricity Regulation Working Paper, PWP-064, August 2000. Thomas E. Hoff and Matthew Cheney, "The Potential Market for Photovoltaics and Oth...

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Rural America; Volume 16, Issue 4; March 2002: Volume 16, Issue 4 ; March 2002

By: Douglas Bowers

...liance on Transfers Income Remained Steady During the 1990s Peggy J. Cook Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Dale S... ...n Transfers Income Remained Steady During the 1990s Peggy J. Cook Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Dale Simms, Ma... ...ransfers Income Remained Steady During the 1990s Peggy J. Cook Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Dale Simms, Manag... ...rica USDA/ERS Volume 16, Issue 4 Winter 2002 D Do ou ug gl la as s E E. . B Bo ow we er rs s T T his issue of Rural America features two art... ...Association of American Geographers, New York, Feb. 27- March 3, 2001. Jon E. Burkhardt, James L. Hedrick, and Adam T. McGavock, Assessment of the Eco... ...merica Rural America R A For Further Reading . . . Frederick H. Buttel and Douglas B. Jackson-Smith, “Getting Bigger” Wisconsin Farmers’ Views on Live...

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Rural America; Volume 16, Issue 3; December 2001: Volume 16, Issue 3 ; December 2001

By: Douglas Bowers

... 1 Rural America Rural America USDA/ERS Volume 16, Issue 3 Fall 2001 D Do ou ug gl la as s E E. . B Bo ow we er rs s W W elfare refor... ...eral welfare benefits and requir- ing recipients to find work within 2 years of receiving benefits. W. E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Studies will... .... Reeder and Samuel Calhoun 55 Child Poverty Child Poverty Was Lower at End of 1990s Carolyn C. Rogers Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rog... ... and Samuel Calhoun 55 Child Poverty Child Poverty Was Lower at End of 1990s Carolyn C. Rogers Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Ass... ...d Samuel Calhoun 55 Child Poverty Child Poverty Was Lower at End of 1990s Carolyn C. Rogers Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associ...

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Rural America; Volume 16, Issue 2; September 2001: Volume 16, Issue 2 ; September 2001

By: Douglas Bowers

... 1 USDA/ERS Volume 16, Issue 2 Summer 2001 D Do ou ug gl la as s E E. . B Bo ow we er rs s A A ll the feature... ...s and users that now far exceeds supply. Small and large companies, even in rural areas, are adopting e-commerce and e-busi- ness to communicate, sup... ... tiplier for their internal capacities. Colorado’s community colleges, for example, have an innovative e-com- merce initiative that offers employ- ers...

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Rural America; Volume 16, Issue 1; May 2001: Volume 16, Issue 1 ; May 2001

By: Douglas Bowers

...s, Agricultural Exports Play a Vital Role in the Economy William Edmondson Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Dale S... ...ultural Exports Play a Vital Role in the Economy William Edmondson Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Dale Simms, Ma... ...ural Exports Play a Vital Role in the Economy William Edmondson Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Dale Simms, Manag... ... USDA/ERS Volume 16, Issue 1 May 2001 D Do ou ug gl la as s E E. . B Bo ow we er rs s May 2001/Volume 16, Issue 1 ... ...n $ $2 25 50 0, ,0 00 00 0) ) L Li im mi it te ed d-r re es so ou ur rc ce e f fa ar rm ms s. . Small farms with sales less than $100,000, farm assets... ...d Superior constitute portions of two counties, St. Louis in Minnesota and Douglas in Wisconsin. St. Louis County is quite large, beginning at the tip... ...5 3,002 70,725 Port Cities: Southern St. Louis 109,481 72,303 1,884,580 Douglas, WI 42,967 12,759 277,657 Source: U.S. Census Bureau Figure 1 Study...

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Rural America; Volume 14, Issue 2; August 1999: Volume 14, Issue 2 ; August 1999

By: Douglas Bowers

...John B. Cromartie, Issue Editor Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Dale S... ...John B. Cromartie, Issue Editor Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Dale Simms, Ma... ...John B. Cromartie, Issue Editor Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Dale Simms, Manag... ...diverse agriculture and unique character of rural Western America. Richard E. Rominger Deputy Secretary of Agriculture Rural Development Perspectives... ...e Search for a Value of Place, Washington, DC: Island Press, 1996. William E. Riebsame, editor, Atlas of the New West, Boulder, CO: Center of the Amer...

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Rural America; Volume 14, Issue 3; October 1999: Volume 14, Issue 3 ; October 1999

By: Douglas Bowers

...development programs differs substantially from that of the United States. Douglas E. Bowers Rural Development Perspectives , vol. 14, no. 3 Feature ... ...ent programs differs substantially from that of the United States. Douglas E. Bowers Rural Development Perspectives , vol. 14, no. 3 Feature Articles... ...town’s use of the Internet for ranching and commercial activities. Nearby Douglas has made recom mendations from the action plan the focal point of ... ...e process of deploying cable modems. The eco nomic development agency in Douglas is also obtaining private public funding for a technology training ... ... individuals with disabilities to achieve access, if readily achievable. (e) GUIDELINES—Within 18 months after the date of enactment of the Telecommu... ...companies have added a monthly fee on all customer accounts to support the e rate discount programs for schools, libraries, and rural nonprofit health...

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Rural America; Volume 14, Issue 1; May 1999: Volume 14, Issue 1 ; May 1999

By: Douglas Bowers

...d to farming. Off farm jobs help even out the variability of farm income. Douglas E. Bowers Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Assoc... ...ming. Off farm jobs help even out the variability of farm income. Douglas E. Bowers Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Edi... ...help even out the variability of farm income. Douglas E. Bowers Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Dale Simms, Manag... ...he Minimum Wage: Implications for Rural Poverty and Employment by Lesli e A. Whitener and Timothy S. Parker 9 Community Empowerment: ANew Appro... ...lly, observation of the communities indicates that most have T Ta ab bl le e 1 1 Resource use by round I rural EZ’s and EC’s, January 1998 Million...

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Rural America; Volume 17, Issue 3; November 2002: Volume 17, Issue 3 ; November 2002

By: Douglas Bowers

... Vary by Region and Type of County Richard J. Reeder and Samuel D. Calhoun Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Dale S... ... Region and Type of County Richard J. Reeder and Samuel D. Calhoun Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Dale Simms, Ma... ...gion and Type of County Richard J. Reeder and Samuel D. Calhoun Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Dale Simms, Manag... ... ar ro ol ly yn n C C. . R Ro og ge er rs s & & D Do ou ug gl la as s E E. . B Bo ow we er rs s T T his issue of Rural America focuses on the... ...net release on population projections, January 2000, www.census.gov. W W e have become accustomed to hearing about the rapidly rising number of olde...

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Rural America; Volume 17, Issue 2; September 2002: Volume 17, Issue 2 ; September 2002

By: Douglas Bowers

... Nonmetro Earnings Continue Upward Robert M. Gibbs and Timothy S. Parker Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Dale S... ...ro Earnings Continue Upward Robert M. Gibbs and Timothy S. Parker Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Dale Simms, Ma... ...Earnings Continue Upward Robert M. Gibbs and Timothy S. Parker Douglas E. Bowers, Executive Editor Carolyn Rogers, Associate Editor Dale Simms, Manag... ...ica USDA/ERS Volume 17, Issue 2 Summer 2002 D Do ou ug gl la as s E E. . B Bo ow we er rs s T T he well-being of farm households involves... ...r 2002 Rural America Rural America Geographic Units R Re es so ou ur rc ce e R Re eg gi io on ns s. . The Economic Research Service (ERS) has develo...

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