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$10 million in grants available for Pennsylvania farmers for farm sustainability

Tax credits are available through the Resource Enhancement and Protection Program (REAP), which is a program that pays 50 to 75 percent of the project’s eligible out-of-pocket cost.

Illinois study reveals variability in subsurface phosphorus loss across crop fields

A University of Illinois study found that laterals located under topographic depressions generally transported water with higher dissolved phosphorus concentrations.

Manitoba invests more than $5M in locally led watershed improvement projects

The Manitoba Habitat Heritage Corporation selected 20 new conservation projects that will receive more than $5.6 million in funding to ensure watershed health.
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Thank you for sharing your #tile20 views Drainage Contractor this season! Throughout the summer months, we highlighted one photo in each newsletter that shows drainage contractors in action. Tag us on Twitter @DrainageContMag or message us on Facebook at DrainageContractor to share your photos anytime.

This week’s pick is from DIGS Associates, who provided their engineering services on a 360-acre pattern system in central Illinois at the start of the year!

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Building the next generation of water management systems

Happening on September 1 and 2, conservation drainage practices like drainage water recycling and water control structures will be on display at the Michigan LICA field day. Take closer look at what these systems are and what benefits they provide to landowners. » Read more...