This dramatic visual shows what happens when stormwater carries sediment into watersheds from farm fields and other sources – in this case, when sediment entered Kewaunee Harbor and Lake Michigan last summer. Heavier rainfalls have increased the likelihood of sedimentation events such as this one, which can also carry nutrients such as phosphorus and nitrogen into […]…LIVING IN KEWAUNEE COUNTY I SEE THIS ALMOST EVERY DAY…WITH WEATHER CHANGING AND STORMS COMING MORE OFTEN…THIS WILL ONLY GET WORSE..! FARMING DID THIS AND FARMING MUST STOP IT…LIQUID MANURE APPLICATIONS MUST STOP ON ALL DRAIN TILED FIELDS AND ALL FIELDS WITH LESS THAN 50 FEET TO BEDROCK OR GROUNDWATER, WHICHEVER COMES FIRST..! INCREASE ALL SETBACKS…INSTALL WELL MONITORING SYSTEMS…JUST TO NAME A FEW. FARMING KNOWS WHAT THE PROBLEM IS AND THEY KNOW HOW TO FIX IT…BUT…IT WILL COST THEM SOME MONEY…WHAT IS IT COSTING THE CITIZENS OF KEWAUNEE COUNTY…?