September 20, 2013

Edamame: A Future of the U.S. Soybean

There are more than 77 million acres of soybeans in the United States. Very few of these beans will be consumed directly out of the pod by us. However, there is a push to grow more varieties suitable for vegetable crop production.

Edamame: A Future of the U.S. Soybean


Flood waters surround a grain elevator in Alton, Illinois.
August 16, 2013

The Great Flood of 1993

The summer of 1993 brought with it record rainfall. The flood those waters spawned on the Illinois, Missouri, and Mississippi Rivers was of historic proportions. Todd Gleason traveled with a group of volunteers from Champaign County to the water's edge where they worked to hold back nature. He produced this radio portrait of the scene on the Illinois River


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August 06, 2013

Meds & Food for Kids – soybean for nutrition

A cooperative grant effort between the National Soybean Research Lab based in Champaign, Illinois, the United States Department of Agriculture, and a Haiti based Not-for-Profit called Meds & Food for Kids is working to fight malnutrition in the Caribbean nation while at the same creating economic prosperity. Todd Gleason files this report from the north end of the island.

Meds & Food for Kids – soybean for nutrition


We believe these live pigs were being carried to market strapped to the back of a motorcycle.
Todd E. Gleason, University of Illinois
July 25, 2013

Pigs on a Motorcycle

Yup, you can take two pigs to market on the back of little motorcycle. 

Pigs on a Motorcycle


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