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Judge dismisses Des Moines Water Works' claims

A federal judge has dismissed all of Des Moines Water Works' claims against three counties accused of allowing agricultural drainage districts to send nitrate pollution into rivers.

Drainage a long-term investment

Crop prices and farm profitability have slumped in Minnesota and North Dakota, but farmers and landowners shouldn't be overly influenced by poor crop prices, tile drainage supporters say.

Discussing holistic drainage management

Saskatchewan, with the introduction of Bill 44, will see some new rules regarding agricultural drainage. For example, a “no net loss” provision has been adopted: if you drain an acre, you must create an acre of wetland somewhere else.
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New Jersey LICA

March 24-25, 2017
Location: Clinton, NJ
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2017 LICA National Summer Meeting

July 11-16, 2017
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
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