Anne Schechinger

Anne Schechinger is a Senior Analyst of Economics at Enviromental Working Group. Schechinger explores agriculture’s impact on the environment and analyzes how government policies can reduce agricultural pollution. As an undergraduate, Schechinger researched the economics of natural resource valuation. In graduate school, she studied the commercial feasibility of growing environmentally sustainable crops.

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As with older, traditional farm subsidy programs, the largest farms, which need the help the least, received the most taxpayer dollars from these two new programs. (Photo: TumblingRun/flickr/cc) Views
Tuesday, September 22, 2020
New USDA Records Show Trade Bailout and Coronavirus Payments Went to the Largest Farms
The largest and wealthiest U.S. farm businesses received the biggest share of almost $33 billion in payments from two subsidy programs – one created by the Trump administration to respond to the president’s trade war and the other by Congress in response to the coronavirus pandemic, according to...
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