Panel OKs spending bill that would block office relocations
A spending bill that would block the relocation of two research agencies at the Department of Agriculture today passed the House Agriculture, Rural Development, and Food and Drug Administration Appropriations Subcommittee.
House spending bill would block USDA office relocation plans
House Democrats took a step today toward blocking the relocation of two research agencies at the Department of Agriculture, proposing an annual spending bill that would prevent the move.
Witness tells panel food waste bigger climate threat than livestock
Reducing agriculture's contributions to climate change could make farmers money — but not without more help from government and industry, former Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack told the Senate Agriculture Committee yesterday.
Spending legislation signals new approach
When the full House Appropriations Committee marks up the Interior-Environment funding bill today, it will look markedly different from what the Trump administration has proposed, particularly when it comes to the Forest Service.
Hearing to review impact of climate change on farming
The Senate Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Committee will take up the relationship between farming and climate change this week as debate heats up over the effects of large livestock operations.