We just wrapped up a great conversation on farming practices and water quality with Redwood Falls farmer Bruce Tiffany and water quality director Kris Sigford of the Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy.
The chat ranged from voluntary action that might change farming practices to setting priorities for the state. Look for the effort Tiffany plans to make in coming months to broaden the impact of what he’s been doing on his farm.
And there was good participation from people around the state who have an oar in this water. Check it out here, and if you are moved to comment further, use the comment box at the bottom of this page.