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Supervisors consider new policy to expedite farmers’ tile-crossing issues

The suggested new policy would mirror a similar one in Hancock County, which would create a more efficient process for landowners.

Assistance available for eligible Minnesota farmers

Farmers in 41 southern Minnesota counties may be eligible for assistance in the planning, design and installation of conservation drainage practices.

Floyd stormwater board recommends lower drainage fees

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

The Water Table podcast - Discussions on Ag Water Management

Agricultural water management is an important yet complex topic. On The Water Table podcast, we host a wide variety of guests who provide highly qualified, diverse perspectives on issues such as water quality, legislation, sustainability, system design, and product performance.

Coming up this month you will learn about how a watershed district manages water quantity and quality from Magaret Johnson with the Middle Fork Crow River Watershed District and about agricultural water research and education from Warren Formo, Executive Director of the Minnesota Agricultural Water Resource Center. » Listen now...
LICA’s View: Adjusting accordingly

LICA’s View: Adjusting accordingly

LICA national president Bob Clark II shares how the organization is moving forward amidst the recent challenging times. Despite a disruptive year, many state chapters have grown in size, and there are an increasing number of land improvement contractors engaging in LICA’s benefits packages. Plus, Clark outlines the recent MOU signed by LICA and the Agricultural Drainage Management Coalition (ADMC). » Read more...