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2015 Drainage Research Forum

The 2015 Drainage Research Forum is jointly sponsored by Iowa State University Extension and University of Minnesota Extension, and is intended for all drainage stakeholders, including state and federal agency staff, county supervisors, crop consultants, academics, contractors, farmers, and others interested in drainage issues and research topics in the upper Midwest.

The program consists of presentations of results and updates of drainage research projects and related issues from university and agency researchers, and other stakeholders from Iowa, Minnesota, and the region. Register for the Forum and view the agenda here.

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