Environmental Protection Agency news
A coalition of environmental groups is seeking to force the Environmental Protection Agency to strengthen its regulation of large livestock operations that release pollutants into waterways.
Second chances don’t come along every day. But every once in a while, we get a chance to start fresh, learn from our mistakes and do better.
The demand for trucks is strong. But the supply? “You won’t see a stock truck on our lot. Everything has been sold before it gets here,” said Kyle Zwicker, truck sales representative at CIT Trucks.
During the Farm Progress Show, Congresswoman Nikki Budzinski stood alongside farmers and biofuels experts to confirm ethanol’s role in lowering carbon and supporting rural economies.
The road to Illinois FFA Major State Office is not a smooth path and the officers learn quickly that their term is very busy; however, it is among the most fulfilling journeys on which a teenager can embark.
Wisconsin regulators can’t legally impose environmental regulations on factory farms before they become operational, two farm advocacy groups allege in a lawsuit.
Marquis received the necessary permits for its Marquis South Dock Expansion project on the Illinois River at the Marquis Industrial Complex.
Glyphosate is the most widely used herbicide in the nation, and a recent series of challenges in the U.S. Court of Appeals along with ongoing public debate has led many to question what a future without the product would look like.
In the bitterly divided, highly partisan world of Washington, D.C., few institutions are more divided and more partisan than today’s Supreme Court.
Matt Rush was waiting for rain, watching his corn crop grow. “It looks good. Obviously, we’re dry. But it’s held on remarkably well for the lack of rain we’ve had,” he said.
Critics of the EPA’s biofuel blending targets say it doesn’t accurately reflect the industry’s expected growth and is below the corn-based ethanol mandate previously proposed.
The U.S. Environmental Agency issued a final rule under the Renewable Fuel Standard that establishes the biofuel requirements for 2023 to 2025.
Four state legislators toured a newly constructed wetland to learn firsthand about the natural solutions to reduce nutrient loss from cropland into streams.
The American Farm Bureau Federation recently hosted more than 150 farmers and ranchers from across the country for our premier advocacy event, the Advocacy Fly-In.
It would be hard to overstate the importance of the decision by the Supreme Court in Sackett v. EPA.