Having grown up on a farm in the woods, Maureen Skinner appreciates Arkansas’ amazing array of rivers, lakes and forests.
“Protecting these for future generations while developing sustainable technologies that decrease our reliance on fossil fuels is one way Arkansas can keep its natural resources and reduce our contribution to climate change,” writes Skinner in her Economy and Environment plank.
Skinner opposes C&H Hog Farms. When she learned that C&H’s permit had been denied, she wrote on her campaign Facebook page:
“This is a win for our heritage and our future. Our natural resources, like the historic Buffalo River, are essential for the economy and people of the Natural State.”