July 2011 //
Vol. 29 // No. 3
Jul 1, 2011
"Great Farms, Great Lake," CTIC's Conservation in Action Tour, promises an in-depth look at agricultural systems in the Maumee River basin and their effects on Lake Erie.
Photo courtesy of Defiance County Soil and Water Conservation District.
// FEATURE //
Great Farms, Great Lake
Two hundred conservationists and interested others from 20 states and Canada will participate in CTIC's Conservation In Action Tour, August 8-9, 2011.
// SUCCESS STORY //
CTIC Releases Gulf of Mexico Project Report
CTIC's three-year project, Innovative Producer Partnership Initiatives to Reduce Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico, funded by EPA, taught valuable lessons about collaborative efforts among the agricultural, conservation and government sectors and organizations.
// PROJECT SPOTLIGHT //
Improving Water Quality Monitoring Effectiveness
USEPA recognizes the need to coordinate and improve data collection and reporting, and launches efforts at CTIC hosted-events.
// CONSERVATION EVENT //
Midwest Soil Improvement Symposium set for August 23
The Midwest Soil Improvement Symposium at the University of Wisconsin Arlington will explore new uses, sources and benefits of gypsum.
// MEMBERS //
July Medal Member Recognition
CTIC thanks all its members for their generous support, which makes our mission possible.
// RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY //
Research & Technology
Preview the latest conservation agriculture research results, tools and technologies.
// EVENTS //
Upcoming Events
View coming conservation events.