Local landowners have the power — through voluntary efforts — to have a greater environmental benefit than regulations. That was the main message from testimony at a House Agriculture Committee hearing on Tuesday.
Rep. Glenn "GT" Thompson (R., Pa.), chairman of the House Agriculture Committee’s subcommittee on conservation and forestry, said locally led, voluntary and incentive-based programs better protect the environment.
“It has become increasingly clear that some governm
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