Reversing The 'Brain Drain' In Rural America
NPR Podcast. Affordable real estate. A quieter place to raise a family. Easier access to nature. Polling shows that four out of every five Americans live in an urban area, but if you ask urbanites where they would live, if they had their choice, a lot of them say they'd prefer to live in a rural area.
We explored what happens when city dwellers act on that desire and how rural communities respond to a sudden influx of urbanites. Listen Here