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Summer 2016

(Posted: 2016-05-19)  In this issue: Water level fluctuations and how to reduce erosion; Finding out about E. coli levels before swimming; How soil health and plant cover on gardens and fields can benefit water quality in Lake Huron; Phragmites control by Chippewas of Kettl
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Feature Article

Cover crops like those shown in the photo reduce erosion, lessen impacts on water,  and protect and improve soil health.
Cover Crops Doing Well in Huron County
Second year of Huron County Clean Water Project's cover crops incentive category surpasses surprising success of first year
Wednesday, July 26, 2017

 

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