In some states, it isn’t quality, it is quantity – how do you allocate limited resources and what can agriculture do to respond?
Burke Griggs joined the Washburn University law faculty in 2016 as a visiting associate professor. He teaches property law to first-year students and natural resources law to upper-division students. [node:read-more:link]
Clive Strong coordinates legal representation for the departments of Agriculture, Environment, Fish and Game, Lands, Parks and Recreation, and Water Resources for the state of Idaho. He served as lead counsel in Idaho Power Company v. State and Idaho Power Company v. Idaho Department of Water Resources, Case No. [node:read-more:link]