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December E-Newsletter: The Swift Flowing River
Recycling Agricultural Materials The chemical reactions that occur during the burning of plastics, such as polyethylene grain storage bags, produce an array of toxic substances that are detrimental to both human health and our environment. The residue from burning these …
Selecting a Proper Wintering Site Research over the past decade has suggested you get your cows out of the corrals and have them winter extensively. It’s good for your livestock, your land, and the watershed as a whole! But how …
Decommissioning Abandoned Water Wells General steps to decommission a bored water well: Disinfect water with a shock chlorination. Slowly pour bags of bentonite into the well, pouring enough for a one foot thick layer of bentonite. Backfill well with clean …
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