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Wisconsin's innovative approach to nonpoint source pollution Public Deposited

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  • Nonpoint source pollution is a widespread problem with no easy solutions. The variable nature of nonpoint sources and the wide range of best management practices, coupled with a multitude of managerial constraints, make management of nonpoint source pollution a difficult task. Wisconsin's Nonpoint Source Water Pollution Abatement Program overcomes many of these obstacles and offers a management strategy based on state-based administration and local designated management agencies. State funded cost-sharing agreements for best management practices is the heart of this approach.
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