A Non-Point Source Pollution Control Program for Agriculture in Georgia
Liles, F. Graham
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Programs centered around water resources often tend to dwell on specific projects and actions with little emphasis on broader efforts - especially in rural areas. It is necessary to note that soil is still the worst pollutant in terms of volume and that most of the soil is transported from agricultural lands. Broad-based programs to reduce rural non-point source pollutants are key elements of state water resource issues and should be a consideration in all information and education endeavors.