Conservation leading to local water quality improvement

May 11, 2019by ncdea


VIRGINIA, Headwaters SWCD – Numerous conservation practices supported by the Headwaters Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) are leading to a better quality of water.

Rachel McCuller, education specialist for the SWCD, was quite upbeat in her presentation to the organization.

“We administer cost sharing programs for both agriculture and urban residential,” she said. “There are 12 management practices that local homeowners can apply for to mitigate natural resources concerns which is mainly storm water runoff.”

Source: Conservation leading to local water quality improvement

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