N.D. endangered species plan approved
BISMARCK (AP) -- State Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring said the federal Environmental Protection Agency is giving North Dakota more of a voice when it comes to protecting endangered species from exposure to pesticides.
Goehring said the EPA has approved a plan that will protect endangered species in the state while still being "reasonable" for pesticide users.
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