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Restoration Spotlight: Maryland farmer develops solution for agriculture runoff



October 31, 2016

Sam Owings used his background as a farmer and contractor to develop a unique system of cascading ponds to stem the flow of water pollution on his farm in Queen Anne’s County, Md.

Produced by Will Parson
Music/Audio: "Discovery Harbor" by Blue Dot Sessions, via Free Music Archive

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