By Michael Wunder, Wahoo Newspaper
LYONS – Ensuring farmers and rural residents have a say in state and national policy is important to a Raymond Central graduate whose daily work aims to enrich the rural landscape. Johnathan Hladik, who graduated from Raymond Central High School in 2002, currently serves as policy program director for the Center for Rural Affairs in Lyons. The organization tasks itself with giving rural Americans a voice in how legislation is drafted. . . . Having an interest in energy and conservation, Hladik said he enjoys looking for ways farmers could take advantage of renewable energy opportunities. A big part of that is working to build a better network of transmission infrastructure. Read the entire article here.
CENTER FOR RURAL AFFAIRS REPORTS
- Generation And Delivery: The Economic Impact Of Transmission Infrastructure In Rural Counties, by Jonathan Hladik, Policy Program Director
- Link To Rural Development And A Renewable Future, by Lucas Nelsen, Policy Program Associate