Watershed-Based Phosphorus Compliance Strategies, Part 2: Opportunities for Adaptive Management and Water Quality Trading to be Successful

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Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Steve Richter, The Nature Conservancy
Laura Ward Good, UW-Madison

Second in a series on phosphorus compliance strategies, this webinar provided a review of a small watershed study that worked with rural landowners to identify high phosphorus and sediment loading areas, install best management practices to reduce runoff, and monitor water quality changes.  This study, while not specifically an adaptive management or water quality trading project, provides a number of lessons learned when it comes to working with rural landowners.