The Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation has mixed feelings about the final version of the environment, natural resources, climate, and energy bill. “We are happy about the $21 million over the biennium for soil health practices and that the open season wolf ban was taken out,” said Kaytlin Bemis, public policy specialist. “We are a little disappointed about the treated seed provision that will allow the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency and Minnesota Department of Agriculture to make rules on usage and disposal of pesticide treated seed.”
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