Tuesday, October 20, 2020
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Bob Griesmer reflects on the two most frequent issues discussed during his time at Geauga County SWCD — drainage and agricultural use issues.

What factors indicate a healthy creek? Learn how to determine whether or not your creek is healthy, so you can respond to indications of impairment sooner.

The Trump administration lifted federal protections Jan. 23 for some of the nation’s millions of miles of streams, arroyos and wetlands. 

It is important that you understand the documentation and permissions that need to be in place before beginning any project that might impact water quality. 

A riparian buffer with a good mix of trees, shrubs, and herbaceous plants will trap and filter out much of the sediment that is being carried by runoff.

It's really important to know that work in and around streams is regulated, even on your own private property.

Ohio laws governing water rights and drainage are complex and constantly evolving. Deb Bigelow offers a breakdown for landowners in her column this week.

Learn what the most common water quality problems affecting livestock production are and how they could affect your herd.

Spring is a good time to stock or restock your pond. Learn how to introduce new fish and assess current populations to optimize your fishing experience.

University of Illinois scientists estimate saturated buffers could reduce nitrogen from agricultural drainage by 5 to 10 percent.
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