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Adding technology to farm drainage

Check out the story of Luft and Sons Drainage, which pairs its years of experience with new-age technology.

Iowa to add 40 saturated buffers, 11 bioreactors to farm fields

The state is undertaking a new water quality blitz project with an aim of increasing adoption of certain practices more widely.

Funding fact sheet: May 11

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

Don't miss our May episodes featuring two different entrepreneurs and innovators in the drainage industry.

May 11th - Guest Charlie Schafer started Agri Drain with two brothers in 1976.  In episode 13, we'll get his perspective on our changing industry and opportunities to positively impact water quality through controlled drainage and conservation practices.

May 25th - Guest Jacob Handsaker started Hands On Excavating with his three brothers in 2007.  In episode 14, he'll talk about what it takes to operate and grow a family business and what they do to stay ahead of their competition.
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The science and the craft

Editorial: The science and the craft

From our latest print issue: As tradespeople, drainage contractors always have to strike the best of both worlds, with the precision of a scientist and the nuanced understanding of an artist. Read how this translates into solid drainage practices as the industry forges ahead. » Read more...
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Staying on top of demand

Staying on top of demand

As agriculture water management becomes more popular, demand for tile is on the rise. Learn how to prepare for increased demand by business planning with your ADS sales rep and utilizing technologies like Pin Drop. » Learn more