Articles for the Kansas Farm Bureau Legal Foundation
On August 21, 2019, a federal court sided with Kansas (and other participating states) and declared the 2015 Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule exceeded federal authority and violated administrative procedures.
The KFB Legal Foundation is offering a series of webinars on current legal issues facing our members living in rural Kansas. Content of the webinars will be beneficial to members, as well as attorneys.
New resources have been added to the Legal Foundation website regarding the Beef Checkoff program.
Kansas Farm Bureau, along with Illinois Farm Bureau, Iowa Farm Bureau, and Missouri Farm Bureau, joined efforts to file an amicus brief in the Caquelin case in the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
An act of Congress, and an EPA final rule, make clear that air emissions from animal waste need not be reported under either CERCLA or EPCRA.
The blue jackets recently invaded Manhattan, Kansas, for the state FFA Convention. It was a great chance to reach out to some outstanding high school students about their future careers. We explained many of the career opportunities available in agricultural law to FFA members that stopped by the Washburn University School of Law table at the opportunity fair.
Solar leasing appears to be making its way into Kansas. There is a new resource from the Legal Foundation to help farmers and ranchers spot and consider issues in a solar energy lease.
If you have been affected by an insufficient funds check or the bankruptcy filing of the Plainville Livestock Commission Auction, act now to protect your financial interests.
If you are considering entering into a conservation easement, or purchasing land on which there is an existing conservation easement, this resource could be of value to you.
The Legal Foundation has a new guide to help landowners understand their rights and responsibilities when their property adjoins a railbanked recreational trail.