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Saturday, June 22nd, 2024

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Sportsmen Since 1967

With partnership, field and stream data to determine effects of conservation practices on water quality

The Root River flows near Preston, where it parallels the Root River Trail for a stretch. Conservation practices being put in place in Houston, Fillmore and Mower counties through the Root River Field to Stream Partnership focus on three small watersheds. But they will benefit the Root River, and what’s learned here through intensive monitoring can be applied throughout southeastern Minnesota. (Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources)

One day, Josh and Steph Dahl’s three children could become fifth-generation family farmers. But today, the Dahls are part of a unique pioneering effort of sorts: They’re positioning their 160-cow Houston County dairy operation for the future with improvements made possible through the Root River Field to Stream Partnership. The partnership is using intensive edge-of-field and […]

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