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More from Drainage Contractor | Contractor at Work | Industry News July 2, 2013
Forty-year flashback: Financing farm drainage
Drainage Contractor magazine is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2013, and to celebrate, we're taking a look back at what made the headlines 40 years ago with Forty-year flashback, a series of articles from the magazine's first few editions. This week's article, originally published in the Fall 1973 edition of Drainage Contractor, details the options available to farmers to assist in the financing of drainage systems.
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NNYADP funding tile drainage research
The Northern New York Agricultural Development Program is funding research to evaluate the agricultural benefits and environmental impacts of using tile drainage on farms.
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Town asks ministry to declare dyke breach an emergency under Drainage Act
The breach of a dyke at Ontario's Holland Marsh has flooded fields and ruined crops in the area, leaving the town of Bradford West Gwillimbury to request from the Ministry of Agriculture and Food a declaration that the breach is an emergency under the Drainage Act.
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Drainage systems saving flooded Indiana crops
Flooding in Indiana's Howard and Tipton counties have impacted area farms, with good tile drainage to thank for some crops surviving.
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Ag groups seek changes to drainage laws
South Dakota's major agricultural groups have a few suggestions for the state's watershed task force, agreeing that the state needs to improve its drainage laws.
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