Sen. Waugh On Farm Conservation, REAP: Sen. Mike Waugh (R-York) and co-sponsor of the Resource Enhancement and Protection Act (REAP) that would give tax credits to farmers to install best management practices speaks to a town meeting in Jacobus, York County, on March 28 designed to educate people on the proposal.
He commented on the importance of helping farmers install conservation practices, but also about the difficulties of getting a proposal like this passed by the General Assembly and signed by Gov. Rendell without broad support.
For more information, visit the CBF REAP webpage.
To see more Video Blog comments from the York Town Meeting:
Farmer Rob Wood Supports REAP Proposal
Farm Bureau’s Gary Swan On Farm Stewardship, REAP
Commissioner Doug Kilgore Encourages Support for REAP
Rep. Miller On Farm Conservation Tools, REAP
Also see Video Blog stories on the March 22 Lancaster Town Meeting.
March 30, 2007
Posted by David E. Hess at 10:06 AM