Rural Broadband: A Necessity, Not a Luxury

Viewpoints / Farmside Chat April 4, 2022

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The American Connection Project’s goal is to bridge the rural digital divide. We discuss the importance of broadband access to rural America and the vital role it plays in supporting and sustaining those communities around the country with Patrick Garry, an American Connection Corps Fellow, and Bruce Tiffany, a Minnesota Farmer and Lead for Minnesota Board Member.

We look at broadband as a necessity to positioning communities for success in the future.

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