WATERS OF THE U.S.: Tell EPA to keep the Navigable Waters Protection Rule!

Four years ago, your efforts created the Navigable Waters Protection Rule (NWPR). This rule fixed the problems of the 2015 WOTUS Rule, bringing clarity to how you farm and ranch. 

Under the commonsense NWPR, farmers and ranchers have delivered positive environmental benefits.

On December 7, 2021, the EPA and the Army Corps proposed a new rule that would reverse the NWPR and bring back the troubling pre-2015 regulatory regime.

Farm Bureau is urging EPA to recognize the burden that this overreaching regulation places on farmers and ranchers, and keep the term “navigable” in the Clean Water Act regulations.

Once again, we need you to be involved!  Write to protect the NWPR and prevent a return to regulatory uncertainty.

Send your comments to EPA today!

The deadline is February 7, 2022.

Learn more here about the issue here: Navigable Water Protection Rule

INSTRUCTIONS FOR YOUR MESSAGE

Complete your information in the boxes provided. This is required information to submit your comments to the EPA docket.  

Please consider adding a PERSONAL MESSAGE in the space provided, such as the environmental benefits you have created farming under the Navigable Waters Protection Rule versus the 2015 Obama rule.

Then click the red “Send Email” button to send your comments.

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