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David R. Simpson

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Background Information

Employment History

U.S. Department of Agriculture


Director, Information Management

USDA


Affiliations

San Joaquin Farm Bureau Federation

Board Member


SJC Farm Bureau

Water Advisory Committee Chairman


Education

Bachelor's of Science degree

Natural Resources Management

Humboldt State University


Web References(21 Total References)


www.sjfb.org

But instead of the EPA blaming corn growers for what seem to be imaginary indirect land use changes, the agency needs to realize that "people in a free market economy grow crops like corn for which they can get a good return," said David Simpson, district conservationist, USDA National Resource Conservation Service in Stockton.
An element ignored by the EPA is that corn is grown as a rotation crop which skews the results of their studies. "The EPA is forecasting land use changes but I don't see much change around here," said Simpson. "I don't see an increase in acreage of cropland for corn that would cause indirect land use changes." "Apparently the EPA is presenting statistics showing terrible things happening because we're developing alternative fuel sources," he said. "The level of misinformation is astounding." Simpson said, "This issue is being tossed around like a political football and is filled with misinformation."


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Joy Seifert, USDA-NRCS's District Conservationist Dave Simpson and Western United Dairymen led a tour of Seifert Dairy.She's definitely ahead of the curve," Simpson said."She implements things that are resource friendly and has taken advantage of programs that are available to her."Simpson pointed out that while the USDA helps fund some of the programs, typically the farmer or rancher picks up 75 percent of the cost.


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The new clean-air rules have sent demand for the financial assistance program into the atmosphere, and area farmers are bidding against each other to get help with their roads, said David Simpson, the district conservationist in Stockton's branch of the USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service. Only $515,000 is available for the dirt-road program, and that money covers a 12-county area from San Joaquin to Orange counties, Simpson said.


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