Christina Stella, St. Louis Public Radio

Christina Stella

St. Louis Public Radio

Lincoln, NE, United States

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Past articles by Christina:

Farmers Sue For Flood Damages Over Attempts To Protect An Endangered Missouri River Fish

Farmers along the Missouri River won a mass action federal lawsuit last December against the Army Corps of Engineers for land damages they say are... → Read More

Should Ethanol Go Back To Business As Usual After COVID-19?

The nation's ethanol industry is recovering slowly from the pandemic shutdown, but some wonder whether it would be better off coming back smaller. → Read More


In Rural Nebraska, Combating Hunger From The Pandemic Is A Community Effort

The town of Lexington has long struggled with food insecurity. But when the coronavirus hit, it presented new challenges in feeding this community of 11,000 residents. → Read More


Some Meatpackers Question New COVID-19 Safety Guidelines

OSHA issued new safety guidelines recently, but some meatpacking workers and worker advocates, wonder whether the rules protect employees, or employers. → Read More

Nebraska Students Contribute To Science By Learning To Spot Unsafe Drinking Water

The more than 13 million American households that get their drinking water from private wells aren’t required by state or federal environmental agencies to → Read More

Farmworker Visa Progam Being Modernized, But Critics Say Changes Aren't Enough

Farmers have been struggling for years to hire enough workers, and increasingly turn to the H-2A temporary visa program . Previously, farmers took out → Read More

The Latest Generation Gap In Farming Is About Robots

On a recent bright, clear day in eastern Nebraska, a small red machine crept through a lush field of soybeans. From the highway, it looked like a small → Read More


Unfurling The Waste Problem Caused By Wind Energy

While wind energy is marketed as the future's green energy solution, turbines last only about 20 years, and disposing of their behemoth fiberglass blades is both complicated and costly. → Read More

A New Law Allows More Farmers To Qualify For Bankruptcy, And Some Are Thinking About It

It’s a difficult year for many farmers in the United States. A wet spring flooded crops and delayed planting across the Midwest, while trade conflicts → Read More

As Wind Energy Thrives, So Does Its Waste Problem

Over the last two years, Rob Van Vleet has been slowly scrapping the last vestiges of Kimball, Nebraska’s first wind farm. The wind turbines are made to be → Read More