Monday, March 18, 2019
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University of Illinois scientists estimate saturated buffers could reduce nitrogen from agricultural drainage by 5 to 10 percent.

Enhancing a standard buffer with a saturated buffer where possible could remove approximately 13 times the annual amount of nitrogen.

Flooding and heavy rains can damage foundations, private water wells and septic systems. Learn how to properly evaluate and respond to water damage.

Check out the Farm and Dairy staff selections for the top 10 stories in 2018. Make sure you didn't miss the most influential agriculture news of the year.

The Delaware SWCD has new funding available for the Upper Big Walnut Creek Watershed through the Promoting Best Management Practices for Phosphorus Project.

Several western Pennsylvania projects received $1.6 million in grants from the state Department of Environmental Protection to remove acid mine drainage.

Who are the biggest water users and where could we cut back? Alan Guebert investigates these questions in this week's column.

With fall right around the corner, it's a great time to do a walk-around inspection of your home's gutters and downspouts.

Rather than working against the nature of the stream, we can work with it. Options abound for ways to repair or protect the stream.

An Ohio State University study finds concerning levels of toxins in water near farm fields.
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