An Ohio Soil and Water Conservation Commission task force is deliberating whether the commission should concur with Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s executive order to declare watersheds in the Maumee River Basin as “distressed.” The issue isn’t whether there’s a problem — task force members and advisors agree there is — but whether the science is clear on a plan of action. Read the full story by Farm and Dairy.
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