Water quality a community issue: Investments necessary to make improvements

CHICAGO — Protecting and improving water quality is an environmental practice important to farmers.

“Wisconsin faces multiple challenges as it relates to water quality and agriculture and that can be extrapolated to the Midwest,” said Matt Krueger, executive director for the Wisconsin Land and Water Conservation Association.

“Water quality is not the sole responsibility of agriculture, but there is a relationship between the two,” said Krueger during the Improving Midwest Agriculture and the Environment meeting. “Consensus is we must do a better job on water quality issues, and we must invest in it.”


- - Volume: 8 - WEEK: 4 Date: 1/20/2020 12:16:39 PM -