NCFC Board members argue for “A fair deal for the frontier”

In this article, NCFC Board members Deborah and Frank Popper argue that while “all of us depend on its agriculture, energy, mining and timber,” the needs of the frontier are often overlooked. “The American frontier persists, its needs largely invisible. Today’s task is to recognize its survival and ensure its people and places get fair treatment.”

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By Deborah E. Popper and Frank J. Popper, 2012.

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