Farm Bureau members care about the environment, and take care to protect the land and water for the next generation. Any legislation that is enacted, or any environmental regulation must be based on factual information, credible scientific knowledge and economic impact studies. No laws or regulations should put Kansas producers or businesses at a competitive disadvantage with any other state.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is back to attempt to list the lesser prairie-chicken
The Kansas Farm Bureau Natural Resources Award program honors members using time-honored and cutting edge conservation practices to protect and improve our state’s natural resources. Winners will be chosen by their peers serving on the KFB Environmental and Natural Resources Committee.
On August 24th, EPA published in the Federal Register, a Proposed Rule making changes to the certification rules and process for applicators of restricted use pesticides.The proposed changes will impact both commercial and the 14,000 plus private applicators in Kansas.
With the passage of SB 156 during the 2015 Kansas Legislative session, Water Conservation Areas (WCA) became an option for individuals or groups considering implementation of voluntary, self-determined water management plans to help conserve water.