Sunday, November 12, 2017
Recently a conference on environmental and energy policy was held at the Clinton Presidential Center to discuss some of the most important problems facing the environment of Arkansas and the nation. Subjects such as the decline in aquifers in eastern and southern Arkansas due to overuse by agricultural activities; the development of confined animal feeding operations (such as C&H Hog Farms in the Buffalo River watershed), the future of solar energy in Arkansas, and changes in environmental laws and regulations proposed or being implemented by the Trump administration were discussed before a crowd of some 200 people.
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