Mark Jacobs's blog

Report Highlights Opportunities in Collaborative Agricultural Landscape Management

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When the South Florida Water Management District announced new standards to reduce nutrient loading and increase water retention on the lands draining into Lake Okeechobee, one of the most important regions in the world for water and wildlife, Northern Everglades cattle ranchers knew they needed strategies to meet those environmental targets while maintaining the profitability of their beef operations.