The continued expansion in residential growth in McLean County impacts water quality and quantity in many ways, including raising concerns about the availability of water for the future. Yet, much of the current research on non-point source pollution continues to focus on agricultural producers as the primary source, with very Read More »
In 1996, The Nature Conservancy (TNC) purchased 663 acres of the William Bateman Estate. The acres purchased included 1 ¾ mile of Macinaw River frontage, river bottomland prone to flooding, timber and rolling farmland. The River Project wanted TNC’s use of the land to positively impact water quality, preserve the Read More »
The Upper Mackinaw River Subwatershed wants to improve storm water run off, reduce levels of chemical runoff, and to increase awareness and participation in water management practices. It is found in an area with lots of agriculture, so one of the main focuses is on restoring wetlands and biological diversity Read More »
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