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Officials, organizations team up to reduce agriculture runoff into Lake Huron

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With a bit of help, farmers can now improve their land and reduce farm runoff into Lake Huron, one ton of soil a time.

A group interested in protecting the lake’s water quality is providing funds to farmers to reduce the draining of sediment, fertilizers and other soil pollutants into the lake.

The Pinnebog River Watershed group has teamed up with Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development to reduce what is called non-point agricultural pollution.

To read the full article, please visit GreatLakesEcho.org

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