The North Dakota Discovery Farms project is monitoring water runoff at three locations. Two are livestock operations, and the third involves tile-drained fields. Special equipment has been installed at all three sites to measure water quality and quantity. The three farms are expected to remain in the program for at least five years.
For all his 53 years, Kim Amann has lived on the family beef cattle ranch on the rolling hills above Baldhill Creek here. For the past two years, he’s been part of a little-known program that studies how farms and ranches affect the environment. What’s learned in the Discovery Farms program could shape future environmental regulations in North Dakota.
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