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The farmers themselves might have reason for concern themselves. Check out this Mother Jones article on the unexplained fecal foam that develops in manure pits and has caused explosions. Comment?
The Buffalo River Watershed Alliance and others have written to Teresa Marks , director of the state Department of Environmental Quality, asking her to revoke the permit issued for the C&H factory hog farm at Mount Judea, near a major tributary to the Buffalo River. Comment?
It was inevitable that forces intent on preserving the ecology of the pristine Buffalo River would challenge the government's approval of that industrial hog farm at Mount Judea. Comment?
The director of the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality said disputes over the agency's approval of permits for C&H Hog Farms in Mount Judea are among the most emotional she's dealt with since she was appointed to the position in 2007. Comment?
THE CLINTONS. The Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport hosted the former president and former secretary of state to herald an expansion project and celebrate the formal renaming of the airport. Comment?
Philip Campbell, co-owner of C&H Hog Farms in Mount Judea, couldn't help but grin as he hosed down the boots on the last of the reporters to exit his hog barn Monday, before sending the visitors off to the showers. Comment?
Several conservation and citizen action groups announced Monday they will file a lawsuit in an effort to halt construction of a hog farm in the Buffalo National River watershed. Comment?
A coalition of conservation groups announced plans today to file a lawsuit over Agriculture Department approval of a major hog feeding operation at the C&H Hog Farm at Mount Judea near a creek that flows six miles away into the Buffalo National River. Comment?
Halting construction of concentrated animal feeding operations, including C&H Farms in Mount Judea, should be a top priority, a panel of environmental, farming and political advocates assembled Wednesday at the Fayetteville Public Library agreed. Comment?
A grassroots group, Buffalo River Rescue, will hold a public meeting at 6 p.m. today at the Fayetteville Public Library about the 6,500-hog C&H operation in Mount Judea . Comment?
A group of local residents worried about a commercial hog farm set to be built near a creek that feeds into the scenic Buffalo National River gathered in protest Tuesday afternoon on the University of Arkansas campus. Comment?
HEARING SET: The permit already issued for the C and H Hog Farm in the Buffalo River watershed will be subject of a hearing May 8 in Jasper. Comment?
Organizers of a planned demonstration on the University of Arknasas Campus make signs outside a local bar on Sunday afternoon. Comment?
There's some confusion over over just how many hogs the controversial industrial farm near Mount Judea in the Buffalo National River watershed will house in a confined space, and the expected results of that ill-advised enterprise. Comment?
Debate on gun legislation began this week in the Senate. Gun manufacturers, the National Rifle Association, a narrow band of gun-rights ideologues and, to a lesser degree, the 16 percent of Americans who live in rural areas were well represented. Comment?
PARADISE FOR PIGS: Don Nelms' view of the Buffalo River valley this morning inspired a photo essay of the threat to the region posed by a Cargill hog feeding operation. Comment?
During the mid-1980 s, a farmer with one or more big financial backers convinced the then-Department of Pollution Control and Ecology to approve a permit that would establish a landfill near the little Ozarks community of Pindall about 20 miles from Mount Judea. Comment?
A war between fact and opinion is waging between the National Park Service and the U.S. Farm Services Agency over the environmental assessment submitted with the loan for that concentrated animal feeding operation on a commercial hog farm in the Buffalo National River watershed near Mount Judea. Comment?
In the public dispute over protecting and preserving the Buffalo National River watershed, the corporation behind the controversial industrial hog farm approved near Mount Judea in Newton County has been virtually anonymous. Comment?
East Point Cemetery cleanup The annual cleanup at East Point Cemetery is April 13. Comment?