Several years ago the Kellogg Foundation envisioned the creation of "a shared platform that helps coordinate research, learning, tool and resource development, expertise, and communication" to be used by existing and expanding rural policy networks and organizations around the U.S. In our view, it remains essential to build this "core infrastructure" for an enduring, flexible, broadly engaged, highly decentralized, and diverse national capacity to influence rural policy "vertically"—at local, state, regional, federal, and tribal levels—and "horizontally"—across a wide range of policy areas.
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