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Grants Target Farm Runoff
Twenty-five farm families have entered into contracts with Dane county to implement conservation practices intended to reduce the amount of pollution flowing into area lakes. The farmers will get some of their costs reimbursed as part of a $2 million federal grant received by the county.

The project includes building roofs over animal feeding areas, planting grass by farmland ditches, and digging out ditches to remove soil and sediment with high phosphorous concentrations. Phosphorous, a mineral found in fertilizers, is the main contributor to lake algae.

 
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