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Yoder a Champion for Change
Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Fri Apr 12, 2013 08:18 PM CDT

The White House Council of Environmental Policy brought in panelists to talk about their work on building resilience to climate change, either in their communities or with a specific group. With an invite from Yoder, DTN got an exclusive opportunity to sit in on the event, which largely excluded media from attending.

By Chris Clayton

DTN Ag Policy Editor

WASHINGTON (DTN) -- Ohio farmer Fred Yoder was one of a dozen people brought to the White House on Thursday to be recognized as "Champions of Change."

The White House Council of Environmental Policy brought in the panelists to talk about ...

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