Funding available for farmers working to protect watershed quality

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WEAKLEY COUNTY, Tenn. — Help is available for West Tennessee farmers interested in working to protect water quality in the North Fork Obion River Watershed. $400,000 dollars in funding is available through the Regional Conservation Partnership Program. Farmers in the watershed areas of Obion, Weakley, Henry, Lake, Dyer, Gibson and Lauderdale counties have until Aug. 7 to enroll. Farmers with land in production can sign up at their local USDA Service Center.

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