immigrant Graphic Images in the Media By Rich Egger • Sep 15, 2015 The Shop Talk panelists discuss whether it's appropriate to use graphic images in news stories. Children of Latino Immigrants Forge Paths in Agriculture By Amy Mayer • Oct 23, 2014 Amy Mayer/Harvest Public Media In a dimly-lit lab on the Des Moines, Iowa, public schools’ agricultural science campus, students in aprons, safety goggles and plastic gloves poke and probe chicken wings. Young Immigrants Search for Home on the Farm By Amy Mayer • Oct 22, 2014 Amy Mayer/Harvest Public Media Bear Creek Dairy in Brooklyn, Iowa, is home to more than 1,100 cows, who provide about 100,000 pounds of milk each day. The 15-year-old farmer who works closely with the farm’s calves comes from a long line of dairymen – in Europe. In the Shadows of the Slaughterhouse By Abbie Fentress Swanson & Peggy Lowe • Nov 6, 2013 Peggy Lowe/Harvest Public Media Immigrants have always been the backbone of America’s meat packing plants, offering upward mobility for its newcomers.