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Bill enlists VA farmers to help curb pollution


March 16, 2011
By Virginia Pilot

March 7, 2011 – Under pressure from the Obama administration to get
serious about cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay, Virginia is poised to try
a new approach to an old problem: farm pollution.

March 7, 2011 – Under pressure from the Obama administration to get serious about cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay, Virginia is poised to try a new approach to an old problem: farm pollution.

A bill approved by the House and Senate and favored by Republican Gov. Bob McDonnell will introduce a new tool, called resource management plans, in the fight to restore the Bay without over-regulating agriculture, one of the state’s richest industries.

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