Marching in cities across the U.S., members of National Farmers Union (NFU) joined the world’s first-ever March for Science Saturday to emphasize the vital role science should play in everyday life and in federal policy-making.
NFU president Roger Johnson, a third-generation farmer from Turtle Lake, N.D., addressed participants of the flagship March for Science event held in Washington, D.C., noting that NFU's “members are acutely aware of the important roles that science
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