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The latest articles related to the environment from Kansas Farm Bureau.

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ACTION ALERT!

6/15/2016

EPA draft report could create a de facto ban on atrazine. Comments by members are needed.

Appropriations Committee adopts Yoder amendment on LPC

6/15/2016

Amendment prevents listing of Lesser Prairie Chicken as “threatened” or “endangered.”

KDA makes Quivira water right available, extends review period

1/15/2016

The Kansas Department of Agriculture has made available online the water right file for Quivira National Wildlife Refuge.

Natural Resources Award

1/4/2016

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.

KFB/KDA submit comments on EPA Pesticide Certification

12/30/2015

President Rich Felts submitted comments on behalf of KFB to EPA on pesticide certification. KDA recently released its comments.

Revised guidelines for EPA’s SPCC program

12/29/2015

The Environmental Protection Agency’s Oil Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) Program. There have been some important revisions in 2015 to the SPCC program.

Schmidt asks Supreme Court to review EPA runoff rule

12/14/2015

Kansas AG Derek Schmidt asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review a lower court decision regarding EPA's efforts to dictate runoff.

New EPA rule would change pesticide application certification

10/21/2015

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.

Water Conservation Areas

10/21/2015

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.

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