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OMAFRA proposes changes to Agricultural Tile Drainage Installation Act

The proposed changes would see fees of $50 or less removed, resulting in estimated savings of CAD $9,000 per year for businesses.

Drainage equipment exempt from new Jasper County law

The law, implemented to protect roads from damage during heavy frost season, won’t leave those hauling tile in the lurch.

Funding fact sheet: March 2

The fact sheet returns for another week to show where projects are about to begin, which grants are opening soon and who’s secured funding.
The Water Table

The Water Table - Resin pricing and LICA

We kick off this month with a timely discussion with Mike Burns of RTi Global about the impacts of the pandemic and recent winter storms on the supply and pricing of plastic resin used in drainage pipe.

Later in the month, we'll hear from Indiana contractor and national Land Improvement Contractors of America (LICA) chairman of the board, Bob Clark of Clark Farm Drainage about his operation and what LICA is.

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Podcast: Future-Proof Farming: Healthy soil, healthy ROI

No matter how much you were blessed with amazing soil, the state of soil is never permanent. Three guests join us for our podcast to discuss what roles landowners, producers and land improvement professionals like drainage contractors can play in soil. From the drainage side, Brian Dougherty of Iowa State University shares how drainage professionals can work with landowners, governments and conservation bodies to ensure they’re playing the right role. » Read more...