“Turn-Key” Assistance for Conservation Drainage Practices Offered for Eligible Farmers in Select Minnesota Counties
ESE News Release:
Farmers in 41 southern Minnesota counties, who have well-functioning tile drainage systems on cropland, may be eligible for timely, "turn-key" assistance with the planning, design, and installation of conservation drainage practices. Conservation drainage practices include drainage water management, denitrifying bioreactors, and saturated buffers to manage tile water for increased crop yields, efficient use of nutrients, and improved water quality. The 41 select southern Minnesota counties are those south of the Mississippi River, west of the eastern Sterns County line to the South Dakota state line, but excluding the karst topography counties in southeastern Minnesota.
Read the full News Release here and check out the brochure here.