Feds Seek Input on Regulatory Reform
Alliance Developing Recommendations for Multiple Agencies
While much of the national media focus in recent months has been on Russian conspiracy, North Korean nuclear threats and Capitol Hill battles over Obamacare, federal agencies have been busy advancing President Trump’s promise to alleviate “unnecessary burdens placed on the American people.” Agencies whose actions impact Western water users – including the Bureau of Reclamation, Environmental Protection Agency, Fish and Wildlife Service and others – are seeking public input on how they can best live up to President Trump’s promise. The Family Farm Alliance has completed or is in the process of drafting formal comment letters for several federal agencies.
Click here to read the August 2017 edition of the “Monthly Briefing” and learn more about these and other issues of interest to Western farmers and ranchers who rely upon irrigation:
- Alliance Finalizing Farm Bill Policy Platform
- Trump Infrastructure Rollout Eclipsed by Charlottesville
- Reclamation Water O&M Bulletins Available
- Senate Moves Some Nominations Before Summer Recess
- Hemp, Marijuana & Reclamation Water Policy
- Cline Falls Dam Removal Begins on the Deschutes River
- “Waters of the U.S.” Comment Period Extended
- Demand for California Storage Dollars Exceeds Available Funds
- Denver as New Headquarters for Reclamation, BLM and FWS?
- USCID Conference set for Sacramento
- IA Releases Principles of Efficient Agricultural Irrigation
- A Big “Thank You!” to our New and Supporting Members
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