"Our goal is to secure our property rights and our water, because it is our property as affirmed by the Texas Supreme Court numerous times", said Stukey. He continued, "We feel like the local water district here, High Plains No. 1 is way overstepping their authority, and the state through TCEQ (Texas Commission on Environmental Quality) and the Texas Water Development Board is attempting to overstep their authority in imposing rules for High Plains to follow that we don't think are justified."
Thursday on The Chad Hasty Show, Leland Stukey & J.O. Dawdy from the Protect Water Rights Coalition (P.W.R.C.) joined Chad on KFYO to talk about their organization and it's efforts to protect landowner property rights.
On Thursday's edition of Lubbock's First News, Tom Collins and Laura Mac visited with Mary Jane Berkley of Plans Cotton Growers.
On Thursday, the Protect Water Rights Coalition joined Chad Hasty in studio, discussing the issue of government water regulations infringing on private property rights. In the group were Leland, J
On Friday's edition of Lubbock's First News, Lubbock County Horticulture Extension Agent Vikram Baliga and Texas Tech's Joey Young talked with Tom Collins and Laura Mac about an upcoming turf care workshop.
On Friday's edition of Lubbock's First News, Bob Matson and Michael Martin Melendrez from Soil Secrets of Texas talked with Tom Collins and Laura Mac about a revolutionary new agricultural product.
Lubbock County USDA Farm Service Agency Director Cary Hanlin reminds farmers and ranchers to nominate candidates to serve on their local FSA County committee by the August 1, 2012 deadline.
“You know, agriculture is big business," Neugebauer said.
The committee approved three amendments proposed by Neugebauer.
What basically we’re going to see in this farm bill is a farm bill that provides a safety net, and the producers have skin in the game.