Changes are in the works for regulations under the Endangered Species Act that could affect a multitude of landowners and any industries having an impact on land or rivers and streams.
Last week, a California federal appeals court issued its long-awaited decision in the Endangered Species Act (ESA) “MEGA” case. Activists first brought this suit in 2009, challenging the registrations of almost 400 pesticide active ingredients. CropLife America (CLA) and other allies joined the case then to defend the Environmental Protection[…]Read More »
Echoing a suggestion by Dow Chemical, Section 9111 of the Farm Bill released today by House Republicans would allow the Environmental Protection Agency to approve pesticides without ever analyzing whether they’d harm hundreds of endangered species across the country, including salmon and California condors. Read moreRead More »