Lone Star Healthy Streams
- Date of Publication
- May 5, 2022
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This course includes voluntary conservation practices along with sources for technical and financial assistance designed to reduce pollutants such as fecal bacteria in our waterways as well as enhance water conservation, forage production, and reduce soil erosion. We hope that landowners and livestock producers find the information helpful in their pursuit of being the best natural resource stewards they can be. Objectives:Explain the value of water qualityIdentify major water quality regulations in TexasExplain the impacts of beef cattle on water qualityImplement best management practices to reduce bacterial contamination in runoff.
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