August 28, 2015


By Bill Redekop

Local

Farm reservoir keeps nutrients away from lake

Pilot project reduces growth of algae blooms

Carl Classen's on-farm reservoir holds back drainage and keeps nutrient-rich runoff from ultimately flowing into Lake Winnipeg.

KEN GIGLIOTTI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Carl Classen's on-farm reservoir holds back drainage and keeps nutrient-rich runoff from ultimately flowing into Lake Winnipeg. Photo Store

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