Some Relief for Ethanol Producers, The Sounds of ArtSplash, Civility and the Media

Sep 4, 2019

Coming up on The Exchange, we have an update on the continuing concern over the Renewable Fuel Waivers that have reduced the amount of corn-based ethanol that is mixed into the nation’s gasoline.  It is hurting farmers and ethanol producers.  

North Dakota State Agricultural Economist David Ripplinger

We talk with North Dakota State Agriculture Economist David Ripplinger, who says exporting more ethanol to Brazil will be of some help, the problem of ethanol waivers remains. 

Also, we talk with an instructor from Morningside College about new Spanish textbook that mixes in culture with grammar.

A preview of an upcoming conference on civility and the media.

We talk with Mary Day about a Coffee and Conversations event this Saturday afternoon at the Mary J. Treglia Community House in Sioux City.

And we hear some of the sounds of this weekend’s ArtSplash.

Siouxland Public Media's Sheila Brummer talks with Lilly, one of children at ArtSplash Sunday

That and more on this week's edition of The Exchange.