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Cooperative Efforts to Reduce Phosphorus Runoff
Madison Metropolitan Sewage District, area municipalities and farms will work together and pool their resources to apply cost-effective measure to prevent phosphorus runoff – a process called adaptive management.

Many of these efforts will focus on agriculture. Farmers will try terraces, sediment containment structures and different tillage practices.

This unique move to Dane County in Wisconsin began as a pilot project to reduce the amount of algae-causing phosphorus entering its waterways. The project, driven by Wisconsin’s new phosphorus rules, uses a more flexible and less expensive approach against phosphorus pollution than any other in the nation.

 
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