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Valley Edition - May 27, 2022 - Dairy digesters and climate change, teacher diversity at FUSD, a student term on the Bakersfield CSU Board of Trustees

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On this week’s Valley Edition: Why a technology to reduce methane emissions from dairies is stirring up controversy, even though it appears to be a great tool for fighting climate change.

Plus, the problem of underrepresentation for Black teachers in Fresno Unified and what the district is doing to hire more.

And a Bakerfield student reflects on her term with the CSU board of trustees

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