A bumble bee once common in the United States is disappearing so quickly it should be listed as an endangered species, environmentalists said in a lawsuit filed against U.S. government agencies on Tuesday.
Farm workers, children and other people working or living near farm fields would have more protection from hazardous pesticides under changes proposed on Thursday by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
PIERRE, S.D. — South Dakota producers have worked together to make agriculture the No. 1 industry in the state, an accomplishment that all South Dakotans can take pride in. By individuals working together to find new advances and helping each other out, agriculture will continue to grow into an even larger industry.
PIERRE, S.D. — The deadline has been extended seven months for the state Department of Environment and Natural Resources to begin issuing permit coverage that will set requirements for applying pesticide to any body of water in South Dakota.
WEST FARGO, N.D. — The EPA has released a draft proposal for a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit process for pesticide applications on or in water. This is a result of the 6th Circuit Court’s decision regarding National Cotton Council of America v. EPA.
The number of acres in North Dakota treated with pesticides reached a record level in 2008, a recently released study shows.
The study conducted by North Dakota State University and the federal Agriculture Department’s statistics service found that pesticide-treated acres in the state two years ago reached 32.6 million, up 45 percent from the previous study four years earlier.
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