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Trump’s Pick for Ag Department Post Pushes for Sustainable Farming Incentives

President Trump's pick for Undersecretary of Farm Production and Conservation has pushed for financial incentives for farmers to voluntarily implement sustainable practices. Should he be confirmed, he is expected be a strong voice on conservation issues in the next farm bill, but environmentalists say his programs have yielded "few benefits." The post Trump’s Pick for Ag Department Post Pushes for Sustainable Farming Incentives appeared first on Environmental Leader.
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