A nationwide look at 15 water quality constituents, by the U S Geological Survey, reveals evolving concerns in American rivers.
Recent research shows that agricultural management practices may be having unintended consequences on nutrient and sediment concentrations.
A recent study reveals that hand-held water quality meters can vary in accuracy, and users benefit from lab testing to confirm their results.
A Minnesota Department of Agriculture partnership is bringing advanced water quality monitoring technologies and sustainable practices to farmers.
Bioreactors can help protect the Chesapeake Bay Watershed from excessive nitrates in water from agricultural runoff while protecting nitrogen-rich soil.
Minnesota’s Water Quality Certification Program achieves cleaner water and empowers farmers through collaborative partnership.
A USDA-funded project is aimed at developing a transferable strategy for achieving community stakeholder engagement in agricultural sustainable water issues.