PLF files amicus brief in support of California raisin farmers

Under a draconian, Depression-era regulatory scheme, California raisin farmers are required to hand over a portion of their crop to the “Raisin Administrative Committee” (RAC), rather than selling it on … ›

PLF voices support for solutions to water crisis

Pacific Legal Foundation attorneys represent some of the farmers in San Luis & Delta-Mendota Water Authority v. Jewell who are challenging the Delta smelt biological opinion as an abuse of … ›

Farmers dodge a bullet!

Author: Reed Hopper For decades, the Corps of Engineers has exempted from federal regulation so called prior converted croplands.  These are wetlands that have been put to agricultural use prior … ›

Is politicized science being used to shut off water to California's Central Valley farmers?

Author: Anne Hayes PLF Consultant and former environmental attorney Anne Hayes was interviewed by host Rob Johnson of KMPH 840AM about the recent resignations of Drs. Glibert and McGuire from … ›

The Endangered Species Act and water uncertainty aren't going away anytime soon

Author: Brandon Middleton Much has been made about the Bureau of Reclamation's announcement last week that farmers in the western San Joaquin Valley will receive 30% of their contractual water … ›

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PLF files amicus brief in support of California raisin farmers

Under a draconian, Depression-era regulatory scheme, California raisin farmers are required to hand over a portion of their crop to the “Raisin Administrative Committee” (RAC), rather than selling it on … ›

PLF voices support for solutions to water crisis

Pacific Legal Foundation attorneys represent some of the farmers in San Luis & Delta-Mendota Water Authority v. Jewell who are challenging the Delta smelt biological opinion as an abuse of … ›

Farmers dodge a bullet!

Author: Reed Hopper For decades, the Corps of Engineers has exempted from federal regulation so called prior converted croplands.  These are wetlands that have been put to agricultural use prior … ›

Is politicized science being used to shut off water to California's Central Valley farmers?

Author: Anne Hayes PLF Consultant and former environmental attorney Anne Hayes was interviewed by host Rob Johnson of KMPH 840AM about the recent resignations of Drs. Glibert and McGuire from … ›

The Endangered Species Act and water uncertainty aren't going away anytime soon

Author: Brandon Middleton Much has been made about the Bureau of Reclamation's announcement last week that farmers in the western San Joaquin Valley will receive 30% of their contractual water … ›

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PLF files amicus brief in support of California raisin farmers

Under a draconian, Depression-era regulatory scheme, California raisin farmers are required to hand over a portion of their crop to the “Raisin Administrative Committee” (RAC), rather than selling it on … ›

PLF voices support for solutions to water crisis

Pacific Legal Foundation attorneys represent some of the farmers in San Luis & Delta-Mendota Water Authority v. Jewell who are challenging the Delta smelt biological opinion as an abuse of … ›

Farmers dodge a bullet!

Author: Reed Hopper For decades, the Corps of Engineers has exempted from federal regulation so called prior converted croplands.  These are wetlands that have been put to agricultural use prior … ›

Is politicized science being used to shut off water to California's Central Valley farmers?

Author: Anne Hayes PLF Consultant and former environmental attorney Anne Hayes was interviewed by host Rob Johnson of KMPH 840AM about the recent resignations of Drs. Glibert and McGuire from … ›

The Endangered Species Act and water uncertainty aren't going away anytime soon

Author: Brandon Middleton Much has been made about the Bureau of Reclamation's announcement last week that farmers in the western San Joaquin Valley will receive 30% of their contractual water … ›

PLF files amicus brief in support of California raisin farmers

Under a draconian, Depression-era regulatory scheme, California raisin farmers are required to hand over a portion of their crop to the “Raisin Administrative Committee” (RAC), rather than selling it on … ›

PLF voices support for solutions to water crisis

Pacific Legal Foundation attorneys represent some of the farmers in San Luis & Delta-Mendota Water Authority v. Jewell who are challenging the Delta smelt biological opinion as an abuse of … ›

Farmers dodge a bullet!

Author: Reed Hopper For decades, the Corps of Engineers has exempted from federal regulation so called prior converted croplands.  These are wetlands that have been put to agricultural use prior … ›

Is politicized science being used to shut off water to California's Central Valley farmers?

Author: Anne Hayes PLF Consultant and former environmental attorney Anne Hayes was interviewed by host Rob Johnson of KMPH 840AM about the recent resignations of Drs. Glibert and McGuire from … ›

The Endangered Species Act and water uncertainty aren't going away anytime soon

Author: Brandon Middleton Much has been made about the Bureau of Reclamation's announcement last week that farmers in the western San Joaquin Valley will receive 30% of their contractual water … ›