How can we stop agricultural runoff?
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Planting trees, shrubs and grasses along the edges of your fields to add as a conservation buffer can help prevent any runoff. This is especially helpful if you have a field that borders any body of water.
Planting trees, shrubs and grasses along the edges of your fields to add as a conservation buffer can help prevent any runoff
Plant native trees and shrubs, keep livestock away from water’s edges, and leave grass or native buffers between tilled fields and streams. Leave stubble on tilled fields through the winter, cover manure piles, and plant a grass or native buffer between agriculture activities and streams