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Funding fact sheet: More funding for northern Ontario drainage projects

The Northeastern Community Network will receive $1 million to install 1,824 acres of drainage.

Surface runoff “principle source” of phosphorus loss in Scotland, drains also contribute: study

The report recommends options for mitigating soil erosion and nutrient losses through options such as the use of a strong fertilizer plan.

Small edge-of-field wetlands can treat nitrate-nitrogen export from tiles

A new study published in the Journal of Environmental Quality shows how landowners with tiled fields can help mitigate nitrogen losses.
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Constructing drainage water recycling systems

Constructing drainage water recycling systems

Many landowners and water management specialists are familiar with the benefits of drainage water recycling – especially in years with dryer-than-expected seasons. The multi-state Transforming Drainage project has recently produced a series of influential videos on planning, managing and making the most of drainage water recycling systems. In this video, project researchers and landowners discuss the intricacy of their recent experiences installing ponds and recycling systems in Michigan and Missouri. » Read more...
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Conversations about events impacting our industry

At The Water Table we are always looking at how current events impact our industry, so in our last two episodes we have focused on just that:

Episode 42 - How The War in Ukraine Could Impact Agriculture
Former U.S. Representative and House Agriculture Committee Chair, Collin Peterson, joins Jamie to discuss the possible impacts of the war in Ukraine on agriculture. They cover topics such as opening the CRP, changes in global imports/exports, rising land prices, fluctuating commodity prices, and implications for the world market.

Episode 43 - Commodity Prices and Water Management in the Bushel Business
What’s happening in the world of commodities? Jamie is joined by Tommy Grisafi, commodity broker and host of The Ag Bull podcast, to discuss commodities prices, opportunities in the small grain market, and why tiling is a smart investment in the business of bushels.
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National LICA summer meeting

July 12-16
Location: Missouri
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