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www.iiseagrant.org

Hear more from Kovacic, along with University of Illinois' Lowell Gentry and The Nature Conservancy's Maria Lemke, on the benefits of constructed wetlands in the latest video from IISG and the Illinois Water Resources Center.


www.kinshipconservationinstitute.org [cached]

Join Maria Lemke of The Nature Conservancy in a presentation of this project's innovative potential to prove the effectiveness of watershed conservation approaches to securing clean water.
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www.wtvp.org

John Franklin, Maria Lemke, Rick Twait, and H Wayne Wilson
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www.lancasterfarming.com

Ten years later, the numbers are encouraging and doable: only about 2.6 percent to 3 percent of an agricultural field needs to be wetlands to achieve effective filtration, said Maria Lemke, an aquatic ecologist with the conservancy who oversees the research.


innovapharma-egy.com

Testing the Agrem system is just part of a much larger project that The Nature Conservancy has managed since the late 1990s in the Bray Creek and Frog Alley watersheds that drain into the Mackinaw River watershed, according to Maria Lemke, aquatic ecologist for the Illinois Chapter of The Nature Conservancy.
"It's a paired watershed project [each drains about 10,000 acres] where we apply best management practices [BMPs] in one and then compare the results of the treatment watershed to the reference one," she explains. "We've got monitoring equipment set up throughout each watershed to test if the applications impact the system the way we think they do. Initial research showed that BMPs such as conservation tillage, grass waterways and filter strips didn't significantly change the amount of nitrogen and phosphorus leaving the farm fields and entering the watershed. "Most the fields in the watersheds are tiled for drainage and the water was moving right underneath all the improvements we'd made on the surface," Lemke says.


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