Here are some links to resources that you might find to be valuable.
Buffers are an important Best Management Practice (BMP) for controlling fertilizer runoff in the Western Lake Erie Basin (WLEB). Many times these zones are not harvestable, but that changes today!
Join us as we explore another Best Management Practice (BMP) for farmers in the Western Lake Erie Basin: A Water Recycling Holding Pond! This is a great option for those operators on heavy soils who are willing to take a bit of land out of operation to save big on water.
Reducing tillage in active agricultural lands is one of many ways to reduce runoff and increase water quality in your watershed. Join us as we interview Blaine Baker from Bakerlads Farms about his use of this best-management practice on his operation.
Join us for another look at a Best Management Practice (BMP) for your operation; a two-stage ditch! This technique reduces flooding in fields with flashy creeks, saving you hours of being stuck in the mud.
Cover crops are an important component of many operators' Best Management Practice (BMP) repertoire, including today's highlighted farmer: Bob Platt of Paragon Farms