"Farmers and ranchers in Nebraska pride themselves in the stewardship of our state's natural resources," the Nebraska lawmakers wrote. "As you might imagine, this practice has resulted in privacy concerns among our constituents and raises several questions."
"These operations are in many cases near homes, and landowners deserve legitimate justification given the sensitivity of the information gathered by the flyovers," said Smith, who serves as co-chairman of both the Modern Agriculture Caucus and the Congressional Rural Caucus.
"Nebraskans are rightfully skeptical of an agency which continues to unilaterally insert itself into the affairs of rural America."
The letter has asked the EPA to respond by June 10, Smith's office said.
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