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Farm Journal & NRCS Water Quality Stewardship Guide


@Nate Birt with Farm Journal has shared some resources from a public-private partnership with NRCS for Cooperative Extension professionals to utilize and share with farmers/ranchers in their local communiities.

From Nate: "By downloading a personal copy of the guide, Extension leaders can encourage farmers and ranchers to type their own answers into the workbook pages, and better prepare themselves to get help from Extension experts in their communities, NRCS agents, etc."

More information:

The Water Quality Stewardship Guide is designed to make a complex and controversial subject accessible. Learn more about using a water-quality lens to maintain productivity and the steps you can take to be a good neighbor and reduce damage to waterways. Fellow farmers chime in to share how they own water quality as something that matters to their business and legacy.

Access the guide here: https://preferences.farmjourna...e-Guides-SignUp.html

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