Workshop aims to cut nutrient exports into Great Lakes, Mississippi waters

CFAES and Chicago’s Greenleaf Advisors are teaming up to host a new workshop and symposium, Healthy Soils for Healthy Waters, Sept. 15-16 in Columbus. The event is “dedicated to the development of multidisciplinary and whole system management practices for the agricultural lands that impact our nation’s waters,” its website says. Farm, agency and university experts will be among the speakers. Set to take place annually, the event aims to cut nutrient exports (such as of algal bloom-fueling phosphorus) in the Great Lakes and Mississippi River watersheds. The website includes the agenda, case studies, and online registration and payment.

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