State Representative Kendell Culp, a republican from Rensselaer, has authored several bills during his first legislative session.
He tells Brownfield about House Bill 1557, which would direct the state department of agriculture to conduct an inventory of farmland lost in the state from 2010 to 2022.
“It takes an inventory of all farmland lost during the last 12 years and it also identifies what use it was lost to. There’s a lot of concern about if you lose farmland and it goes to some other sort of development or gets paved over, then how much food production are we losing?
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