Take the Challenge: Water Quality and Agriculture

Tuesday, March 11th, 2014, 1PM CT (2PM ET)

Moderator:
 
Paul Schrimpf, Group Editor, CropLife Media Group
 
Speakers:

Parry Klassen, Executive Director, East San Joaquin Water Quality Coalition
Chad Watts, Project Director, CTIC

The quality and quantity of water has an enormous impact on the agricultural industry and will certainly change the way we farm in the future. As discussions rage about how best to preserve precious water resources, growers can take a proactive approach by pioneering new solutions, implementing best management practices and taking part in water initiatives designed to clean up waterways. During this webinar, hear industry experts discuss water quality improvements in agriculture and learn what current water quality initiatives in Illinois and California are doing to preserve precious water resources.
 
 
   **This Webinar has been approved for 1 CCA CEU in Soil and Water Management.**

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