A coalition has filed suit against the Environmental Protection Agency challenging the Biden administration’s final “Waters of the U.S.” (WOTUS) rule.
We should all be in favor of keeping our waterways clean and healthy, but the new WOTUS regulations are too ambiguous for farmers to be comfortable with.
Agriculture runs on water. But, on Friday, the President’s administration finalized a rule which defined “waters of the United States” or WOTUS, removing a 2020 Trump-era rule that many felt protected farmers and ranchers from egregious oversight.
After hundreds of public comments about whether the EPA should lower the CE-LOC for atrazine, farmers are waiting in anticipation of this decision.
Don’t be duped by headlines saying ‘factory farms’ are illegal in Ohio. It’s a poor attempt by the activist group Lake Erie Advocates to spin CAFO policy.
The EPA has announced its withdrawal from the review of all remaining portions of glyphosate ID, including the remanded ecological portion.
Some radical activist organizations have weaponized the Endangered Species Act against the EPA’s pesticide registrations — doing more damage than not in terms of the science.