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Over half of Virginias drinking water comes from forestland. Poorly implemented forest management activities can lead to soil loss and water pollution. This is damaging and costly.
Virginia Cooperative Extension's Natural Resource programs & partnerships equip landowners and professionals with sustainable forest management tools.
These science-based programs impact water quality on 240,000 acres annually Providing $57,000,000 in water filtration services every year.
Learn more about Extensions Natural Resource Programming at: www.anr.ext.vt.edu/enviroandnatres
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