Borchardt presents full well study Tuesday

Kewaunee County residents will finally get the complete details concerning the safety of its groundwater Tuesday when the Land and Water Conservation Committee meets on Tuesday. United States Department of Agriculture Microbiologist Dr. Mark Borchardt teased the results at February’s Midwest Manure Summit. There he connected the dots between groundwater contamination and the well’s location to nearby manure pits. Committee member Lee Luft told last month the final findings will help them start developing their next steps.

The Kewaunee County Land and Water Conservation committee meets Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the department’s headquarters in Luxemburg. 

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