The Great Plains Communications Cooperative (GCCC) says it is taking its message to the rest of the world with a 60-second digital video broadcast.
The 30-minute video, which was released this week, begins with a series of images of people and their homes in the Great Plains region of western Canada.
A narrator explains that “a big change is happening in our world.”
The footage begins with an image of an old man, who appears to be in his 60s, and then moves to another scene in the countryside.
In the distance, an aircraft is seen flying overhead, and two men sit in a small car.
The narrator explains the video is about the effects of climate change, and says that “the people in this picture are seeing it.”
The narrator goes on to explain that the people in the picture “live their lives as if they are in the middle of a hurricane.
It’s a terrifying storm that has been coming for years and years.
But it’s going to hit us.””
The video is showing you how that might happen,” the narrator says.
The video ends with the two men sitting in the car, saying they will watch it on TV or watch it online.
The narrator says that if they watch it, it will “change the way we live.”
In response to the video, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) issued a statement saying that it was concerned about the video’s impact on agriculture.
The USDA said it would review the video and take “action if appropriate.”
The Great Plains Co-op says the video could potentially be used by agribusiness and other industries to promote agribustrics.
The USDA’s statement said the video was created by a company called The Co-operative, which has ties to an agribuses lobby group called the Alliance for Rural Prosperity (ARPU).
The co-op has partnered with the USDA to distribute a video about climate change to farmers, according to the USDA’s press release.
The Co-Op’s statement about the USDA response was posted on its website.
“Our goal is to help farmers, ranchers and small businesses make a difference through our innovative solutions and to educate the public about how to prepare for, and adapt to, a changing climate,” the statement reads.
“We are committed to helping farmers, businesses and others realize their full potential as climate resilient and adaptable farmers and ranchers.”
The USDA said that the video had not been evaluated by the USDA, which is “reviewing” the video.
The coop is a not-for-profit corporation, with more than 2,000 members in more than 30 states, the USDA said.
The coop receives no federal funding and relies on donations from members.
The Great Lakes Co-ops, a partnership between two cities in Michigan and Ohio, said it was “disappointed” by the U,S.
In a statement on its site, the Great Lakes co-ops said that it has worked with the federal government “to improve the delivery of science and information to rural communities, especially those experiencing severe weather events, and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other impacts on the environment.”
Great Lakes Co and Great Lakes Community said that they had contacted the USDA for clarification and that they were “working closely with our state and local partners” to get the USDA and USDA-approved video on the issue.