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October 15, 2019

Manitoba government introduced streamlined approach to drainage

The Manitoba government has launched a new approach to drainage under The Water Rights Act that will streamline the approval process for producers and landowners, including making the process available online.

First year of phosphorus research in the Lake Erie watershed completed

Ducks Unlimited Canada wrapped up the first year of a three-year study in the Lake Erie watershed. Research will assess the efficiency of restored wetland basins in removing phosphorus from surface-water runoff to better inform future conservation decisions.

Manitoba tile drainage company welcomes changes to Water Rights Act

A southern Manitoba water management company is applauding changes made to the province’s drainage regulations, which allows them to keep track of and complete projects easier.
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ISU agronomists detail the benefits of updating agricultural drainage in new study

Massive networks of drains, pipes and tiles that enable food production on much of the world’s most productive cropland are due for expansion and replacement to meet the demands of agricultural intensification. How that infrastructure is updated will have enormous consequences on food production and the environment, according to a new study from Iowa State University. » Read more...

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