Water and Unconventional Energy: Dependent Resources

In April, Jim Bradbury traveled to Alaska to present to the American Water Resources Association on the relationship between water and unconventional energy production. His presentation addressed current issues in water usage, fluid waste disposal, and induced seismicity related to hydraulic fracturing. Access his presentation here.

WOTUS and Clean Water Act: Implications for Agriculture

Perhaps one of the most important and unsettled issues in environmental and agricultural law today is the ongoing development of the definition of jurisdictional waters under the Clean Water Act. Commonly referred to as WOTUS (Waters of the United States), the Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers […]