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Constructed wetlands can significantly reduce water pollution from tile-drainaged farms

As tile drainage grows in popularity, mitigation efforts become increasingly important.

Reducing nitrogen runoff from subsurface drainage

The right combination of practices and fertilizer timing can reduce nitrogen runoff from tile-drainage fields.

Drain commission invites property owners to review drainage districts

The town believes it has a better way of surveying the drains in the Pigeon River corridor than it did when the drains were set up.
From the ADMC

From the ADMC: Barriers to adoption of conservation drainage practices

Advances in the science of conservation drainage systems can allow producers to meet their water management needs while delivering on economic, environmental and sustainability goals. But despite the proven benefit of conservation drainage practices, producers have yet to demand the practices on a wide enough basis to make a meaningful impact. Members of the Conservation Drainage Network Growth Committee conducted a survey of agricultural drainage service providers last year to better understand their familiarity with conservation drainage practices – and the barriers they faced to implement them. » Read more...
Grow our People

LICO annual drainage conference

Jan. 25-26
Location: Ontario
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