A new Environmental Working Group (EWG) report reveals the flaw in the voluntary approach to cutting pollution from farm fields: Farmers who voluntarily start pollution control practices can just as easily stop.
“Touting the acres of new conservation practices farmers adopt without accounting for losses is meaningless and misleading,” said Soren Rundquist, EWG director of landscape analysis. “It’s like trying to balance yo
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