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Pesticide News Story: Agencies Propose Process Improvements for Pesticide-Endangered Species Consultations to Enhance Opportunities for Stakeholder Input

For Release: August 3, 2012

EPA, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the National Marine Fisheries Service and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (“the Services”) are seeking comment on a jointly developed proposal to enhance opportunities for stakeholder input during pesticide registration reviews and endangered species consultations. Highlights of the proposal include:

The document, Proposal for Enhancing Stakeholder Input in the Pesticide Registration Review and ESA Consultation Processes and Development of Economically and Technologically Feasible Reasonable and Prudent Alternatives (PDF) (9 pp, 84.28K, about PDF) is now available. The EPA will soon publish a Federal Register notice opening a 60-day public comment period on this proposal. The EPA, USDA and the Services are available to meet with affected stakeholders to discuss and clarify the process changes described.

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