February 13, 2018, Nandua, VA – Virginia is proposing a new permit to require more boots-on-the-ground monitoring for some farms. It includes some quarterly inspections and stormwater discharge sampling.
The hundreds of thousands of tons of manure produced each year close to the Chesapeake Bay worries residents of Virginia's Eastern Shore. READ MORE
Poultry, potential pollution get scrutiny from VA DEQ
Crops and livestock on the same farms, the same fields – why?Years ago, it was tradition for farmers to grow a…
EPA awards Delaware more than $1.15M to protect water qualityThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently announced that it…
Dane County task force makes recommendations on reducing runoffFarmers and other contributors to the excessive nutrient and pollution…
Wayne County dairy farm fined after 3,500 fish killedA Wayne County dairy farm has agreed to pay a…
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