Army Corps of Engineers news
Two years ago, when the COVID-19 pandemic started, many of us thought we’d quickly get past it and get back to normal. But as we move into a new year, we continue to face the lingering and devastating impacts of this pandemic.
Despite the many challenges over the past year caused by the pandemic, Illinois Corn chalked up numerous successes and the leadership is optimistic going into the new year.
Agriculture organizations have been advocating for the modernization of the waterway transportation system for decades and the recent passage of the new infrastructure bill will finally address many of those concerns.
I know my farmland like the back of my hand. I can tell you what field our cattle are grazing and under which tree a new mama is tending her calf.
A new constructed wetland was showcased during the recent Vermilion Headwaters Watershed field tour in Livingston County. The constructed wetland was installed in August 2018 on Fulton Farms farmland and is designed to capture and remove nutrients from tile drainage.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Department of the Army recently announced the intention to initiate a new rulemaking process for the waters of the United States. If the process reaches fruition this year, this would mark the third time in six years that WOTUS regulations have been revised.