Clean Waters

Reversal of the water rule deals a blow to agriculture

American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall today commented on the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) announcement of its intention to rescind the navigable water protection rule. “The American Farm Bureau Federation is extremely disappointed with the announcement by the Environmental Protection Agency of its intention to rescind the environmentally conscious …

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Biparty House caucus proposes alternative infrastructure plan after GOP talks fail in Senate

“Developed with Democratic and Republican lawmakers, this framework contains truly bipartisan policies that can form the basis of a comprehensive package of modernizing our country’s infrastructure systems,” Katko said in a statement. Lamb stressed the urgency of securing a bipartisan agreement to ensure that infrastructure projects involving “bridges, locks, dams, …

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APIPP launches Invasive Species Awareness Week 2021

The Adirondack Park Invasive Plants Program (APIPP) and partners are kicking off this year’s Invasive Species Awareness Week (ISAW), June 6-12, with a free “Love Your Lakes” workshop on Wednesday June 9 at 7 p.m. This online webinar will explore everything novice and experienced boaters alike need to know to …

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Ride for the River returns | News, Sports, Jobs

Mike Jablonski, left, and Dave Swits greet each other as they near the end of their 30-mile bike ride around Wilmington and Jay during Ride for the River 2017, a benefit for the Ausable River Association. (Business photo – Justin A. Levine) WILMINGTON – The 10th annual Ride for the …

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