Tobacco Creek research suggests ways to improve water quality

Farmers can play an important role in reducing nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus in downstream water, according to research by the Global Institute for Water Security at the U of S.

By University Communications
Work at the Tobacco Creek Model Watershed  suggests that factors such as field stubble height and small dams built by farmers can have significant beneficial effects on water quality. The research is featured in the latest issue of Water News.