Stewardship, feeding world go hand in hand (commentary)

Stewardship, feeding world go hand in hand (commentary)

FOR a number of reasons, including family ties and friendships, I've always had an affinity for Kansas. Over the years, I've had opportunities to travel the state extensively.

To me, it's unfortunate when people dismiss the state's uniqueness and beauty, typically repeating some line about Kansas being flat and/or boring. When I hear that type of description, I invariably push back because it's wrong.

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