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NPR: IN Ag Conservation Practices Improve Water Quality, Aquatic Life In Gulf Of Mexico

Posted Jul 29, 2016

Voluntary conservation farming practices are measurably decreasing nutrient pollution in the Mississippi River Basin, and this good news: from the Midwest, all the way down the Mississippi River in the Gulf of Mexico. As Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Nick Janzen reports, the Indiana trend in conservation is reducing the pollution that creates harmful algae blooms and the gulf’s dead zone.

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NPR: IN Ag Conservation Practices Improve Water Quality, Aquatic Life In Gulf Of Mexico
Posted Jul 29, 2016

Voluntary conservation farming practices are measurably decreasing nutrient pollution in the Mississippi River Basin, and this good news: from the Midwest, all the way down the Mississippi River in... Read More »
WTHI-TV: 100+ Indiana communities charge storm water fee
Posted Jul 20, 2016

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) – Storm water fees and utilities exist all over the state of Indiana.  That’s according to a document obtained by News 10.  It’s part of research... Read More »
IN Public Media: June Tests Show Bloomington Water Quality Status
Posted Jul 19, 2016

The City of Bloomington Utilities is reporting an increase in Disinfectant By-Product levels, but the numbers have not surpassed what is allowed. It is common for DBP levels to rise in the summer and... Read More »

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