First, the International Agribusiness Center director discusses priorities and challenges for exporting goods out of Wisconsin. Then, the director of the Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities breaks down staffing shortages in the caregiver industry.
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Wisconsin's exports at all-time high
Wisconsin exported a record $3.9 billion worth of goods around the world in 2021 and the state is on track to top that amount this year. We chat with the director of the state’s International Agribusiness Center about which exports are doing well, where they’re going, and what obstacles exist.
State board discusses role supporting caregivers
Families provide 80 percent of the care for the elderly and children and adults with developmental disabilities, resulting in stress, lost wages and life-threatening neglect. We talk to the leader of a state board supporting caregivers and the people in need of looking after.
- Kate Archer Kent Host
- Joe Tarr Producer
- Joel Patenaude Producer
- Maria Lopez Technical Director
- Mark Rhoda-Reis Guest
- Beth Swedeen Guest
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