Episode 17: Field to Stream to Gulf - Part 1


Episode 17: Field to Stream to Gulf - Part 1

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In this special episode of the Nutrient Management Podcast, Extension Educator Greg Klinger continues a discussion about the Root River Field to Stream Partnership in southeast Minnesota. He's joined by Kevin Kuehner from the Minnesota Department of Agriculture as they work to understand how much of the soil and nutrients that leave farm fields in the region actually end up in streams, rivers, and beyond. Part One examines a fundamental question: what happens when soil and nutrients leave a field? Greg and Kevin explore how dissolved nutrients and soil-attached nutrients move at different speeds through watersheds, road ditches as sediment control structures, the value of digging holes in the Driftless Area, and how we often underestimate the value of existing conservation practices.



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Klinger, Greg; Kuehner, Kevin; McDivitt, Paul. (2019). Episode 17: Field to Stream to Gulf - Part 1. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/218803.

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