Farming for Clean Water

A CBF Brock Environmental Center Learning Series Webinar

Did you know that farmers are crucial partners for saving the Bay? It is estimated that widespread use of priority practices on Bay-region farms can reduce the amount of nitrogen pollution going into the Bay by as much as 60 percent. CBF works alongside the agriculture community to advise and advocate for the best management practices that will not only improve the agriculture community's bottom line, but also clean up creeks, rivers, and the Bay.

From leveraging solar power to moving cows to new pastures, this webinar promises to educate attendees on why this partnership works for reducing pollution to the Bay. Join us to learn more about the connection between agriculture and clean water—and how you can support the effort.

CBF's Brock Environmental Center Learning Series is presented with support from Jean Jenkins and Mike Newell.

For more upcoming and past webinars, please visit the BEC Learning Series page or CBF's Webinars page.

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