As November ends, staff at the National Agricultural Law Center continue to bring trusted research and information in agricultural and food law to stakeholders across the country. Outlined below are many of the new NALC resources from the month of November.
The Western Water Crisis & What it Means for Agriculture: 11/17/2021: We all know the importance of water to raising American food and growing American fiber. What happens when one of our most critical inputs is compromised across sectors and geographies? Throughout the American West, water storage is falling to unprecedented lows. Viewers learned about the impact of water shortages on western American agriculture and local populations, including indigenous and Latinx communities.The speaker for this webinar is James Eklund, Co-Founder & CEO, Eklund Hanlon, LLC.
Watch a recording of the webinar here.
- The Adulterating Foodborne Pathogens: Meat, Poultry, and Some Egg Products
- EPA Releases PFAS Strategic Roadmap
- Lending for Livestock, Credit for Crops: When Default Occurs
- Legal Update on Federal COVID Vaccine Mandates in the Workplace
- Resources for Underserved Communities: Highlight on Heirs Property and Estate Planning
- The Adulterating Foodborne Pathogens: The other 78% of the Food Supply
- Court Vacates CWA Section 401 Certification Rule
- “Custom Exempt” Slaughter: The Exception, or the Rule?
- Lending for Livestock, Credit for Crops: Taking Possession of Collateral
- Procedures: The Regulatory Process
- Department of Homeland Security Makes Changes to Immigration Enforcement
- The National Agricultural Law Center staff briefed staff members of the United States Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry on legal issues facing agriculture on November 12, 2021.
- Elizabeth Rumley, Senior Staff Attorney
- Joined the Ag Law Today Podcast to discuss California’s Proposition 12. Listen here.
- Rusty Rumley, Senior Staff Attorney
- Spoke to the Agricultural Law Society at Washburn University School of Law.