Water drainage is critical for farms in the Midwest. But farmers don’t usually receive comprehensive and unbiased information about water mana...

Water drainage is critical for farms in the Midwest. But farmers don’t usually receive comprehensive and unbiased information about water mana...Water drainage is critical for farms in the Midwest. But farmers don’t usually receive comprehensive and unbiased information about water management and drainage solutions, and have to focus on short-term costs instead of long-term equity. Taking a holistic and objective approach can improve farms and water quality, as explained in this episode with Quint Shambaugh, Co-Founder of DIGS Associates. Quint discusses the opportunities to address agricultural drainage across a watershed, bring farms together on projects, reduce nutrient pollution, and help the health of local waterways and the Mississippi River.