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Commissioners to approve $385,382 in assessments for drainage ditches

The proposed collections for drainage and tile maintenance in Williams County is down slightly from this past year’s total.

ADMC adds drainage water management certification course

The course can either be taken in-person in Danville, IN or online.

How Minnesota’s little, polluted crow river clouds the Mississippi

Since the Clean Water Act exempts drainage and runoff, regulators rely on farmers voluntarily adopting best management practices.
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GroundBreakers series

GroundBreakers series: Jeremy Meiners

AGREM’s VP of water management Jeremy Meiners had a number of options available to him growing up. Rather than joining the family business right away, he pursued his PhD at Washington University. But despite his years in lecture halls and labs, Meiners still likes a hands-on approach – especially when it comes to working with contractors and farmers installing their own tile. GroundBreaker honoree Meiners discusses how his background changed the way he looked at drainage, his thoughts on controlled drainage and other modern practices, and where he sees the future of drainage. » Listen now...

New Episode! Why Farmland Values Have Never Been Higher

Kristine Fladeboe-Duininck, a farmland specialist of Fladeboe Land, comes back to The Water Table to discuss how farmland values have never been higher, why we are seeing record-breaking farmland sales, and the impact a farm’s tile maps have on its value.
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Grow Our People

Penn State AgProgress Days

Aug. 9-11
Location: Pennsylvania
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Tile drainage field day

Aug. 25
Location: Michigan
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