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Land management practices affect watershed quality
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BRODHEAD - A community working together to improve water quality in the Sugar River is possible, but it is not going to be easy. That was the key message in the Sugar River Watershed Summit 2016, "Charting a Course to Clean Water," sponsored by the Lower Sugar River Watershed Association at its annual member meeting April 9 at the Brodhead Library. A group of more than 50 members and interested citizens learned that there are many variables that contribute to watershed health and ultimately water quality.

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