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Mississippi Delta MSEA Volume 3, Issue 2, Page 3, First Semester 1997
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Volume 3, Issue 2, Page 3, Second Semester 1997

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The Management Systems Evaluation Area (MSEA) represents one of the most comprehensive evaluations of best management practices for agricultural non-point source impacts related to farming. Delta Council has historically been in the forefront of initiatives to develop and encourage management, land preparation, and cultural practices which would have the effect of reducing erosion and the incidence of agricultural non-point source runoff. We view the work being implemented by the MSEA interagency task force to be extremely important to the future of erosion control and water quality for the Delta. We encourage cooperating landowners to assist the agency personnel involved in this project and urge the task force to utilize practical input provided by these cooperators in order to determine the most viable options for reducing non-point source runoff in a manner which is consistent with the sound production economics.

Adopted by: Delta Council Soil and Water Resources Committee
September 10, 1997

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