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February 9, 2016
FEATURED NEWS: Digging in the dark
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Nutrient field studies starting to show results

Scientists are actively pursuing answers to how nutrients are moving and leaving farmers’ fields in the western Lake Erie basin, and the results could be a little surprising. >> Read full article

Private ditches seen as small portion of farm drainage

The head of Minnesota’s Board of Water and Soil Resources (BWSR) says that private ditches account for only a “small portion” of surface drainage and that the state is forging ahead with its plan to thwart chemical runoff from soils in farm country. >> Read full article

Iowa’s water battle continues

Iowa has become ground zero in whether the courts or voluntary efforts can improve water quality, reports Farm Futures. >> Read full article

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Digging in the dark

Unexpected opportunities can arise at any time, and during the winter and slower seasons, these are great chances to expand your horizons.

Rob Burtonshaw, our columnist based in the United Kingdom, tells the story of a unique job that presented itself during the winter months last year, and reminds us of the importance of a positive outlook. >> Learn More…

 Event Calendar 

Future Drainage and Stormwater Networks Abu Dhabi

February 10, 2016
Location: Abu Dhabi, UAE >> More Info

National LICA Winter Convention

March 1-6, 2016
Location: Drury Plaza Hotel Riverwalk in San Antonio, Texas >> More Info

New Jersey LICA

March 20-21, 2016
Location: Holiday Inn, Clinton, NJ >> More Info