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Tag: water management

Make small changes to increase efficiency and reduce the amount of stress you're putting on your septic system.

Michigan State University will study which farm management practices prevent nutrients from leaving farmlands and moving into rivers and lakes.

A new project proposes a restructured index to build on phosphorus management efforts in New York and beyond.

Each year, Living Lands and Waters, with countless conservation districts, watershed groups and local organizations, offers river and stream cleanups.

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection recently approved an underground injection control well for disposal of wastewater.

Art Cullen of the Storm Lake Times won journalism’s highest honor for a series of 10 editorials on why Iowa “has the dirtiest surface water in America.”

There is a good chance that statewide and nationally, soil and water conservation districts can have a closer working relationship with golf courses.

Eighteen farms in the Northern New York region participated in research evaluating the impact of water quality on fiber digestion in dairy cows.

Penn State University’s Marcellus center reports between 5 and 25 percent of the cost to drill and develop a shale well is in managing the fluids.
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