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Farm Bill Hearing Schedule Announced

Wed, 01 Feb 2012 13:52:34 CST

Farm Bill Hearing Schedule Announced Senator Debbie Stabenow, Chairwoman of the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry, announced the Committee’s Farm Bill hearing schedule for February and March, noting that the Committee will continue examining Farm Bill principles and evaluating policy solutions to develop a 2012 Farm Bill. Below are the details of the next series of hearings (dates and topics are subject to change).

Wednesday, February 15
Title: Energy and Economic Growth for Rural AmericaA hearing to evaluate policies that make investments in jobs and opportunities for farmers and rural businesses through new markets, entrepreneurship, regional strategies and energy innovation.

Wednesday, February 29
Title: Strengthening Conservation through the 2012 Farm BillA hearing to explore the Conservation title’s important investment in America - the nation’s fundamental resources of our water, soils and other natural resource infrastructure - through policies that help farmers maintain soil health, keep our water clean and available, our food abundant and safe and our wildlife plentiful so as to protect the basic principles of farming and our way of life for future generations.

Wednesday, March 14
Title: Healthy Food Initiatives, Local Production and NutritionA hearing to explore innovative opportunities in agriculture through policies that assist the development of local markets for farmers - connecting them to the growing consumer demand for locally-produced, healthy food options.

Wednesday, March 21
Title: Risk Management and Commodities in the 2012 Farm BillA hearing to evaluate the need for and cost effectiveness of risk management tools available to farmers who continue to face increasingly volatile crop prices, input costs and the threat of natural disasters; and how the federal government can provide appropriate risk-management tools while making the best use of limited resources.

Witnesses, times and other specific hearing details to be announced.

Senate Agriculture Committee hearings are available for viewing on the committee's website by clicking here..


   

 

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