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Doug Peterson

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DFL

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255 East Plato Boulevard

Saint Paul, Minnesota,55107

United States

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The goal of affirmative action is to recruit individuals for political activity in the DFL and the Democratic process of our government. The DFL is an active participant in the struggle to end all forms of bigotry and discrimination. As part of our commitment ...more

Background Information

Employment History

President

Minnesota Farmers Union


Affiliations

National Farmers Union

Board Member


IDEAg Group LLC

Advisory Board Member


HCAMn

Advisory Board Member


Minnesota Environmental Partnership

Board Member


Agricultural Utilization Research Institute

Board Members Representative


Minnesota House of Representatives

Member


Education

Missouri Western State University


B.S. degree

Agriculture


MN Farmers Union


Web References(196 Total References)


Congressional District 7 | About Us

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Outreach - Doug Peterson - Madison


Bluestem Prairie: Environment

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On behalf of the membership of the Minnesota Farmers Union and President Doug Peterson, I wanted to pass along this Special Order of Business that passed unanimously at out MFU full Board meeting made up of our County Presidents this past weekend regarding buffers.
Minnesota Farmers Union President Doug Peterson defends MPCA Citizens Board The Minnesota Farmers Union's policy supports current environmental review, as we noted in our post, Minnesota Farmers Union President Doug Peterson defends MPCA Citizens Board. Peterson pointed out in his testimony before the Senate Environment and Energy Finance Division Committee that the state's livestock industy is in fact quite robust.


Advocacy | Minnesota Farmers Union

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Among the MFU members on the committee are Yellow Medicine County Farmers Union President Tim Velde, Wabasha Co. member Jessica Hofschulte and also MFU President Doug Peterson.
"When the session started MFU's top legislative priorities were addressing property taxes, rural broadband, clarifying the new buffer law and extending the Farmer-Lender Mediation Act as well as other priorities" said MFU President Doug Peterson. stated MFU President Doug Peterson. Doug Peterson, President of Minnesota Farmers Union, was re-elected as NFU secretary. "I am pleased to have another opportunity to serve as the Secretary of National Farmers Union" stated Peterson. MFU President Doug Peterson attended Governor Mark Dayton's "State of the State" speech as his guest this week. This past week MFU President Doug Peterson, VP Gary Wertish and I met with BWSR Executive Director John Jaschke and MDA Commissioner Frederickson to discuss a proposed new CREP for Minnesota and to talk other issues including buffers. MFU President Doug Peterson says that "MFU was pleased to see many of its top priorities enacted into law this year including strong investments in partnering with farmers through livestock investment grants and value-added projects, increased funding for state meat inspection and wolf depredation as well as the creation of new incentives for advanced biofuel and biochemical projects. " Peterson also adds that "MFU was pleased that the legislature came together to adequately address the current outbreak of avian influenza. Recently, MFU President Doug Peterson and I joined other farm leaders in sitting down with the Governor to discuss issues around the proposal. Friday MFU President Doug Peterson and I joined other farm leaders in sitting down with the Governor to discuss issues around the proposal.


Bluestem Prairie: Farming

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The Minnesota Farmers Union's policy supports current environmental review, as we noted in our post, Minnesota Farmers Union President Doug Peterson defends MPCA Citizens Board.
Peterson pointed out in his testimony before the Senate Environment and Energy Finance Division Committee that the state's livestock industy is in fact quite robust. Minnesota Farmers Union President Doug Peterson defends MPCA Citizens Board Kannecows Supporters of a controversial Steven County dairy have been calling for the elimination of the power of the Citizens Board of the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) to require an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) of new livestock operations, claiming that the sole instance of the board making such a request has had a chilling effect on farming in the state. But during his testimony before the Senate Environment and Energy Committee on Thursday,  Minnesota Farmers Union President Doug Peterson, a former state representative and Lac Qui Parle County farmer, advanced a much different argument in favor of the board. After noting that the Minnesota Farmers Union's policy has long supported environmental review, the right of citizens to petition and transparency, Peterson called attention to the robust health of production livestock agriculture in Minnesota: Peterson went on to share stories from his personal experience as a resident of a deep rural county and as lawmaker.


Bluestem Prairie: Agriculture

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On behalf of the membership of the Minnesota Farmers Union and President Doug Peterson, I wanted to pass along this Special Order of Business that passed unanimously at out MFU full Board meeting made up of our County Presidents this past weekend regarding buffers.
Minnesota Farmers Union President Doug Peterson defends MPCA Citizens Board Minnesota Farmers Union President Doug Peterson defends MPCA Citizens Board The Minnesota Farmers Union's policy supports current environmental review, as we noted in our post, Minnesota Farmers Union President Doug Peterson defends MPCA Citizens Board. Peterson pointed out in his testimony before the Senate Environment and Energy Finance Division Committee that the state's livestock industy is in fact quite robust. One would think that the industry was on its last legs, faltering like a downer cow, not the powerhouse that Minnesota Farmers Union president Doug Peterson described in Senate hearing last week. Minnesota Farmers Union President Doug Peterson defends MPCA Citizens Board Kannecows Supporters of a controversial Steven County dairy have been calling for the elimination of the power of the Citizens Board of the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) to require an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) of new livestock operations, claiming that the sole instance of the board making such a request has had a chilling effect on farming in the state. But during his testimony before the Senate Environment and Energy Committee on Thursday,  Minnesota Farmers Union President Doug Peterson, a former state representative and Lac Qui Parle County farmer, advanced a much different argument in favor of the board. After noting that the Minnesota Farmers Union's policy has long supported environmental review, the right of citizens to petition and transparency, Peterson called attention to the robust health of production livestock agriculture in Minnesota: Peterson went on to share stories from his personal experience as a resident of a deep rural county and as lawmaker.


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