LeDon Young, Progress Grange Master, Hosts REAP Town Meeting in Centre Hall, PA April 26 to talk about the Resource Enhancement and Protection Act (REAP) proposal to give tax credits to farmers who install conservation practices.
Comments from other speakers can be found at:
Rep. Stern Describes Background, Need for REAP
Gary Swan, PA Farm Bureau, Talks About PFB Support for REAP
Matthew Ehrhart, CBF, Urges Citizens To Make Their Voice Heard
For more information, visit the CBF REAP webpage.
Visit the Progress Grange Fair website.
April 27, 2007
Posted by David E. Hess at 9:21 AM