Group advocating farm-scale composting
June 20, 2018 by The Country Today
Durand, Wisconsin — A group of Pepin County citizens is using the time provided by a moratorium on large-scale livestock facilities to offer solutions to a potential threat to groundwater that could occur when the moratorium expires if such a facility were to expand or move into the county.
The Neighborhood Ladies, an ad hoc group of Pepin County citizens concerned about the county’s groundwater, is working to inform citizens and local officials on the levels of nitrates in groundwater and the health problems associated with nitrate contamination.
According to a news release from the group, their goal is, through research, to stop the practices that are eroding the county’s water quality and to promote alternative farming methods that protect groundwater. | READ MORE
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