Thursday, February 23, 2017
The Dirt on Conservation

The Dirt on Conservation

Set some practical goals for the health of the soil in your fields and pastures this year.

Learn more about recycling, reusing and repurposing live Christmas trees after the holiday.

The feeling and enjoyment that one gets from nature will last much longer than an article of clothing or a box of candy.

When water quality is compromised cattle will not receive the proper nutrition that they need to grow, regulate their body temperature, reproduce and digest as well as many other bodily functions.

Conservation means that the land and the natural resources available should be used by humans but still conserved in a responsible manner.

Throughout the world, big trees hold tremendous cultural, ecological, and economical value. Larger trees provide more economic benefits, grow quicker and sequester more carbon than small trees.

The term "storm sewer" is in the past. The system will not treat anything before it enters the local waters and will be very problematic to anything that lives within them.

Learn more about what's been going on at the Medina Soil and Water Conservation District during October 2016.

Learn more about setting up a conservation plan for your farm.

Learn to optimize the soil health of your garden to improve your results next year.
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