Praise for Pennsylvania Agriculture Conservation Bill That Could Stop Farm Runoff Pollution

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Farmers and conservationists are praising a bill introduced in the Pennsylvania Senate that would bring funding to stop agricultural runoff from polluting rivers and streams. Senate Bill 465, called the Agriculture Conservation Assistance Program, would provide targeted funding for conservation projects on local farms through their county conservation districts. SBN Correspondent Steve Lubetkin filed this report.