The Decatur (Ill.) Herald and Review is running a big series this week focusing on family farm safety. Today is Day 4, the final installment, https://herald-review.com/business/agriculture/how-to-make-farming-safer-start-talking-about-safety/article_f2d3f48e-7bba-5360-9433-df12f4704fe8.html#tracking-source=home-top-story
Navigation amongst the stories is a little clunky but here is Story 1, https://herald-review.com/business/agriculture/why-small-farms-remain-one-of-america-s-most-dangerous/article_c41cc538-112d-5312-a44d-a92b8c247efd.html
Story 2, https://herald-review.com/business/agriculture/for-family-farms-balancing-safety-and-traditions/article_ce35a067-eb74-5312-a353-077172163aa4.html#tracking-source=home-top-story Quotes me/children’s center, references Cultivate Safety. You’ll note in the sidebar area they posted the 2018 Child Ag Injury Fact Sheet.
ISASH members are quoted in all articles, especially our U of Illinois members – nice job Amy, Bob and Chip!
Herald and Review is part of Lee Enterprises, which is in 49 markets and 21 states. Lee chain map is here http://lee.net/markets/
This is the biggest newspaper series I have seen on farm safety since “Tragic Harvest” in October 2015 (Minneaplois Star Tribune)