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The U.S. Senate is expected to vote next month on a new farm bill, which would shape the nation’s food and agriculture agenda for the next five years. What might the legislation mean for California farmers and consumers?

Guests:
Michael Doyle, reporter with the Washington Bureau of McClatchy newspapers
Tom Nassif, president and CEO of the Western Growers Association, an agricultural trade group
Michael Dimock, president of Roots of Change, a food advocacy group

  • Joe Issel

    Please discuss the impacts of the proposed far bill on the currentĀ  conservation incentive programs run by the USDA NRCS (Natural Resources Conservation Service).

    Thank you,

    – Joe Issel
    SFSU M.S. GIScience CandidateĀ 

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