The Environmental Protection Agency was slated to hold four days of public meetings focused on essentially one question: Is glyphosate, the world’s most widely used herbicide and the lynchpin to Monsanto’s fortunes, as safe as Monsanto has spent 40 years telling us it is?
The damage here in northeast Arkansas and across the Midwest — sickly soybeans, trees and other crops — has become emblematic of a deepening crisis in American agriculture. Read moreRead More »
• The EPA lost ‘audit trail’ for tracking pesticide registration fees • Industry fees will go up if legislation is passed this fall By Tiffany Stecker The EPA can’t be certain how much money is in its pesticide registration coffers, and that concerns the agency’s watchdog. The Environmental Protection Agency’s inspector general was[…]Read More »