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Ontario updates Drainage Act to reduce red tape

The amendment is part of an overall goal to save both contractors and landowners time and money.

Farmers work to prevent nitrogen runoff

Farmers in the Creston area are attempting to mitigate runoff into Green Valley Lake, with drain tile playing a starring role.

Funding fact sheet: July 20

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.
For farmers, by farmers

For farmers, by farmers

For cousins Corey and Taylor Nohl, drainage is a family affair. From their days of steering the tractors from their fathers’ laps to their eventual ownership of the family business, the Nohls are full-time farmers who lay tile on the side. They say working in drainage gives them a fresh perspective on the needs of farmers, and have taken steps to modernize the family business, bringing in new tech to make the operation more efficient. » Learn more...

Drainage tools workshop 2021

Aug. 24, 2021
Location: Online
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Drainage contractor workshop (NEW DATE)

Jan. 5-7, 2022
Location: Albany, MO
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Landowner short-course (NEW DATE)

Jan. 8, 2022
Location: Albany, MO
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