In 1972, the federal Clean Water Act was passed to clean up water pollution from human activities such as forestry, factories, wastewater treatment plants, and agricultural runoff. Oregon’s Agricultural Water Quality Management Act (Act) was passed in 1993, with the input and support of the agricultural industry and the Oregon Board of Agriculture, to help farmers and ranchers address water pollution.
Soil health, livestock operations, and information related to organic operations, click the button below for resources related to these topics, and to find out who you can reach out to for any and all assistance you may need for both small scale and large scale operations alike
YOUR LOCAL SOURCE OF CONSERVATION INFORMATION AND EDUCATION IN POLK COUNTY, OREGON SINCE 1966
580 MAIN STREET, SUITE A, DALLAS OR, 97338
503-623-9680 x110 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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