EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt poses with Bitner Ranch and Conservatory employees. EPA
U.S. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt poses with Bitner Ranch and Conservatory employees.

INSIDE WASHINGTON: EPA’s Pruitt talks WOTUS on state action tour

Multi-state tour shows Administrator Pruitt is serious about hearing from agricultural stakeholders.

When those in the agriculture industry heard that Scott Pruitt was President Donald Trump’s choice to lead the Environmental Protection Agency, there was hope that things would turn around. In the early days of his term, it looks like Pruitt is doing all he can to live up to those expectations: He has been hitting the countryside in an effort to listen to stakeholders, especially farmers.

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