NACD President Brent Van Dyke wrote on June 12, 2018 to Senate Agriculture Committee leaders about the Farm Bill. Van Dyke expressed NACD’s support for the work and time spent by the committee and for supporting conservation programs. NACD expressed concern with funding for the Regional Conservation Partnership […]
NATIONAL – The National Association of Conservation Districts also expressed its disappointed [sic]. “Today’s defeat brings us further away from passing a new farm bill on time and providing producers with the certainty they need to continue feeding and clothing this nation,” Brent Van Dyke, NACD president, said. […]
NATIONAL – Joining the CO Ag News Network and FarmCast Radio to discuss National Stewardship Week and other topics is the Jeremy Peters, who serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the National Association of Conservation Districts… Topics within the interview include: National Stewardship Week Recap Farm Bill Update […]
FARM BILL – The House farm bill is scheduled for debate and a vote on the chamber’s floor the week of May 7, according to two Democratic aides.
The farm bill is a near trillion dollar, 600-plus page legislative package that governs all aspects of the American food and agriculture system and comes up for debate only once every five or so years.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) sent a letter to House Agriculture Committee leadership outlining the organization’s reaction to the Agriculture and Nutrition Act of 2018 […]
House Republicans are relying on the proposed elimination of the Conservation Stewardship Program and tightened eligibility rules and work requirements for the Supplemental Nutrition Program to fund other priorities in the new farm bill, according to cost estimates. Source: CBO: Farm bill taps CSP, reworks SNAP to fund […]
SNAP gets a haircut in this version. Nutrition programs account for about 80 percent of the money spent in farm bill programs, but in the past, rural states have used the nutrition title to win support from urban lawmakers who might not otherwise vote in favor of farm […]