Tags

Filtered by : NARS

Results6 articles found.

Andy Shireman

Location Chapin, IL Documents No-tilling alfalfa into rye improves erosion control, Prairie Farmer, October 31, 2018 Images $(document).ready(function(){ $('#andy_shireman_img img').on('click', function() { $('.enlargeImageModalSource5').attr('src', $(this).attr('src')); $('#enlargeImageModal5').modal('show'); }); }); × Click the below images to enlarge them    

Anthony Beery

Location Mt. Crawford, VA Documents Beery: Build Soil to Be Able to Build Farm for the Long Term, Delmarva Farmer, May 9, 2017 Videos   Images $(document).ready(function(){ $('#anthony_beery_img img').on('click', function() { $('.enlargeImageModalSource').attr('src', $(this).attr('src')); $('#enlargeImageModal').modal('show'); }); }); × Click the below images to enlarge them    

Buff Showalter

Location Dayton, VA Documents Conservation Buff: Conservation Practices Positively Impact Bottom Line, Delmarva Farmer, May 16, 2017 Videos   Images $(document).ready(function(){ $('#Buff_Showalter_img img').on('click', function() { $('.enlargeImageModalSource').attr('src', $(this).attr('src')); $('#enlargeImageModal3').modal('show'); }); }); × Click the below images to enlarge them        

Corey Leis

Location Cashton, WI Documents No-tilling alfalfa into rye improves erosion control, Wisconsin Agriculturist, November 2, 2018 Images $(document).ready(function(){ $('#Corey_Leis_img img').on('click', function() { $('.enlargeImageModalSource').attr('src', $(this).attr('src')); $('#enlargeImageModal4').modal('show'); }); }); × Click the below images to enlarge them    

National Aquatic Resource Surveys

The National Aquatic Resource Surveys (NARS) are collaborative programs between the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), states and tribes that assess the quality of the nation's inland and coastal waters, providing vital data that can help guide conservation efforts on the landscape. CTIC works with EPA and its partners on technical training to carry out NARS assessments, and to promote conservation systems that help protect and improve water quality. Through articles, videos and other media, we hope to inform farmers and landowners about water quality issues, inspire them to adopt practices that help address those challenges, and show ...

Terry Lenssen

Location Lyden, WA Documents Whatcom County Dairy Farmers Tackle Water Quality Challenges, Capital Press, February 3, 2017 Images $(document).ready(function(){ $('#terry_lenssen_img img').on('click', function() { $('.enlargeImageModalSource').attr('src', $(this).attr('src')); $('#enlargeImageModal2').modal('show'); }); }); × Click the below images to enlarge them