Dana CroninReporter, Illinois Newsroom
I cover food, agriculture and environmental issues for Harvest Public Media. I’m based at Illinois Public Media located in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois.
I grew up in the heart of Napa Valley, California — an agricultural region of its own. I studied at Colorado College, where I received a degree in Environmental Science, Journalism and Spanish.
I began my radio reporting career in southern Colorado at member station 91.5 KRCC, where I spent three years writing about everything from agriculture to Colorado’s highest mountain peaks. I then went to work at my hometown station, KQED, in San Francisco. While there, I covered the2017 North Bay Fires. Before landing in Illinois, I also spent two years at NPR’s headquarters in Washington D.C., producing for shows including Weekend Edition and All Things Considered.
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Touting its long history and cultural significance, Mexico’s president says genetically modified corn has no place in his country. That puts Mexico and the U.S. on a collision course over a major trade agreement.