Walking on Water: Essays for the Central Sands
This collection of eighteen essays presents the perspectives of
irrigated farmers, conservationists, agricultural scientists, hydrologists,
social scientists, educators, politicians, stream stewards, and lake residents
on the impacts of irrigation pumping on central Wisconsin lakes, streams, and
wetlands. The essays represent a starting point for developing understandings
amongst the parties. By opening up communications, the editors hope to identify
and shape implementation strategies for the preservation of Wisconsin's ground
and surface waters.
A.J. Bussan, Department of Horticulture, UW-Madison
George Kraft, College of Natural Resources, UW-Stevens Point
Justin Isherwood, Farmer, Isherwood Family
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