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Webinar: Material matters

In our third and final webinar, Michigan State University's Ehsan Ghane discusses why the material out of which your pipe is made is of the utmost importance.

Study forecasts tile drainage and crop rotation changes for nitrogen loss

A recent study offers a new way to understand Midwestern nitrogen dynamics and forecasts future nitrogen loads under various management scenarios across the region.

Saskatchewan's Water Security Agency offers water management workshops

The workshops explore the process and benefits of obtaining drainage approvals and techniques to best manage water on their land.


Scrutinizing nutrient loss

Effective field drainage is a key strategy for farmers in the Lake Champlain Basin, and has been for decades. As environmental concerns surrounding agriculture increase, researchers in Vermont are working to understand how tile drains impact field hydrology and the role they play in surface and subsurface nutrient loss. From 2019 to early 2022, Joshua Faulkner, Don Ross and Kirsten Workman from the University of Vermont studied how best management practices affected the health of the Lake Champlain watershed. » Read More...