Interview on Duarte Nursery ruling
Earlier this week I spoke with AgNet West on the implications of the recent ruling in Duarte Nursery v. Army Corps of Engineers, in which the judge decided that plowing farmland requires a permit from the Army Corps to the extent of any federally protected waterways on the property, despite clear text in the statute and regulations to the contrary. You can here the whole interview below:
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