The series, available to publish for free, looks at how the Mississippi River basin is adapting to increased rainfall.
The journalists at newsrooms across the basin will begin work June 1 as part of Report for America, a national journalism service program.
Ropeik brings a decade of experience covering the environment for public radio stations and regional collaboratives across the country.
Partnership will help important environmental news reach the widest possible audience.
Seven seasoned journalists have been selected to mentor and lead our team.
The newly-formed Mississippi River Basin Ag & Water Desk is seeking a part-time Assistant Director to help us deepen coverage of underreported stories throughout the basin and increase public awareness…
Meet the 10 partner newsrooms that will join the Mississippi River Basin Ag & Water Desk in 2022.
Wendland, a veteran environmental journalist, will manage journalist contributions and the distribution of content across the region.
The Ag & Water Desk seeks a dynamic, collaborative leader to define its editorial vision.
The Mississippi River Basin Ag & Water Desk is actively recruiting journalists and newsrooms to join their network.