Tag Archive for: farmers
“Food & Water Lies” – FWW Stands in the Way of Environmental ProtectionBrent Fewell, , Free-Market Environmentalism, Clean Water Act, Crunchy Con, environmental markets, environmental protection, EPA, farmers, Food & Water Watch, Greenpeace, impaired waters, non-point sources, NRDC, point sources, Rod Dreher, TMDL, water quality trading, Zach Corrigan, 0
Rod Dreher, one of my favorite conservative authors, once wrote the following as part of his 10-point crunchy con...
The “Good” Part of the Farm BillTracy Mehan, , Agriculture and Environment, Clean WaterAct, conservation, ethanol, Farm Bill, farmers, soil erosion, susidies, wetlands, wildlife habitat, 5
Most of the Farm Bills over the years, including the one presently under consideration for reauthorization in Congress, are...
Genetically Modified Crops – Trojan Horse or Solution to a Hungry WorldBrent Fewell, , Agriculture and Environment, activists, agricultural, China, communitarian, Dan Kahan, egalitarian, farmers, genetically modified crops, GMO, Monsanto, Roundup, safety concerns, Seralini, 0
China rejects shipment of genetically modified corn from U.S., LA Times, reports. This story broke over the holidays, so I’m...
Kudos to EPA for Supporting Market-Based Approaches to a Cleaner EnvironmentBrent Fewell, , EPA, clean water, Clean Water Act, collaboration, environmental benefits, eutrophication, farmers, Gina McCarthy, market-based approach, nonpoint source runoff, ranchers, Tom Vilsack, USDA, water quality trading, 3
Today, the U.S. EPA, in partnership with the USDA, reaffirmed its commitment to water quality trading. Link to the...
As Important as DirtBrent Fewell, , Agriculture and Environment, Agriculture, Aldo Leopold, ELI, farmers, John Cruden, land ethic, Mississippi River, soil management, soil productivity, Stanley Trimble, Tracy Mehan, 0
Finally got around to picking up Jared Diamond’s book, Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed (2005), an exposition...
“Live Free or Die” or should it be “Drink Raw Milk or Die”Brent Fewell, , Uncategorized, Blue Hill, Dan Brown, farmers, food safety, food sovereignty, freedom, Gravelwood Farm, Localism, Maine, produce, prosecution, raw milk, unpasteurized milk, 0
Not sure if it’s sour grapes or sour milk churning in Maine but, regardless, Blue Hill Maine is the epicenter...
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― Conservative Philosopher & Author, Roger Scruton
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