Tour Highlights How Farm Practices Can Protect Drinking Water

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Stroud™ Water Research Center’s Executive Director, David Arscott, Ph.D., recently spoke with members of the Christina River Basin Task Force on a tour of Hoopes’ farm. Hoopes’ farm is one of several sites Stroud Center scientists studied to determine how well best management practices on farms may protect drinking-water sources from pollution. It was also the first project under drinking-water supplier SUEZ in Delaware’s Watershed Control Plan, a plan that was approved by the Environmental Protection Agency.

Learn more about the project in Scientists Study How to Keep Pathogens Out of Drinking-Water Sources. Thanks to Suez Water Delaware for the social media mention!

SUEZ is pleased to have co-hosted more than 50 members of the Christina River Basin Task Force at the farm in southeast…

Posted by SUEZ Water Delaware on Monday, September 11, 2017