|Sen. Noah Wenger (R-Lancaster/Chester), Chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee, talks about legislation he sponsored to provide tax credits to farmers who install best management practices to reduce nutrient and sediment going into our rivers and streams.|
The Resource Enhancement and Protection Act (REAP) was introduced as Senate Bill 1286 by Sen. Wenger, Sen. Waugh (R-York), Sen. O'Pake (D-Berks) and others and as House Bill 2878 by Rep. Stern (R-Blair), Rep. Hershey (R-Chester) and Rep. Daley (D-Washington).
For more information on the legislation visit www.CBF.org/REAP.
Contact Sen. Wenger at: www.SenatorWenger.com.
September 29, 2006
Posted by David E. Hess at 9:26 AM