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#CONSERVATION AT WORK

Agricultural conservation practices in the upper Mississippi River watershed can reduce nitrogen inputs to area streams and rivers by as much as 34%, a new study published by researchers at the U.S. Geological Survey and the USDA demonstrates. The study combined USDA’s Conservation Effects Assessment Project data with the USGS SPARROW watershed model to measure the potential effects of voluntary conservation practices. (USDA Press Release)

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