Ditch the Water Rule

Ditch the rule

A federal judge in North Dakota has placed an injunction on EPA to stop implementation of the Waters of the U.S. rule (WOTUS). EPA said the ruling only applies to the 13 states that filed the request, which does not include Wisconsin.

NCGA has prepared this summary which explains potential liabilities, steps farmers can take to identify WOTUS features on their land, actions to be taken should a farmer believe they have WOTUS on their land, farming practices that may trigger CWA liability and permitting requirements, and links to additional info and government resources.

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