CFAES study: What farmers are willing to do, and why, to help keep water clean

picture of farm and clean waterMost farmers in northwest Ohio’s Maumee River watershed are willing to take at least one additional action to reduce nutrient losses (such as of phosphorus) from their farms into water, provided they think the action will help the water as well as their farms. So says new research by CFAES’s Robyn Wilson. Read the story. The Maumee watershed is Lake Erie’s largest tributary. In recent years the lake has been plagued by phosphorus-fed harmful algal blooms.

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