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ADMC 2022 annual meeting summary

Executive director Keegan Kult shares an update on new members, ongoing projects and milestones from the past year.

Funding fact sheet: Funding available in Michigan, Indiana and Ohio for conservation practices

Landowners in the tri-state area are eligible for funding for practices that can help improve the water quality in Lake Erie. The program aims to work toward a 40 percent reduction of phosphorus.

Deere creates job program for soldiers

The program builds on Deere’s SkillBridge program, which in two years has placed nearly 400 active-duty service members and veterans into roles within the company.

Now accepting GroundBreakers nominations

The GroundBreakers program is back for 2023. Nominate an individual who is changing the game in drainage.This program aims to recognize, highlight and profile those who are helping the industry level up. Nominees can be of any age and should be actively involved in drainage/water management, and working in Canada or the U.S. Past honorees include contractors, business owners, consultants, design and infrastructure specialists.
» Nominate a GroundBreaker here
The stage is set

The stage is set

Engagement on the importance of water management has never been higher. Recently, the Agricultural Drainage Management Coalition (ADMC) has been able to strike new partnerships, complete pilot projects resulting in a scalable amount of practices on the ground, train new contractors and more. In his regular column, ADMC executive director Keegan Kult details the momentum that has built in water management and conservation drainage practices, and where things are headed. » Read more...

LICO annual drainage conference

Jan. 25-26
Location: Ontario
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