Research results in Indiana show gypsum reduces soluble reactive phosphorus on agricultural lands

Excess nutrients run off fields into waterways where they contribute to toxic algal blooms that threaten public health, as well as eutrophication that harms aquatic life. One best practice that improves soil conditions is the use of calcium sulfate (gypsum) as a soil amendment; it improves nutrient uptake by the plants and reduces loss from the fields into the waterways.

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Intelligent Generation founder presents to EDF’s Climate Corps Energy Management Webinar Series

On July 9th, Jay Marhoefer, President and Founder of Intelligent Generation (IG) presented a talk on “Developing the Operating System for the Networked Clean Energy Grid” to the EDF Climate Corps Energy Management Webinar Series. The EDF Climate Corps is a fellowship program, which this summer placed more than one hundred graduate students into energy management positions across the country.

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Confluence Newsletter Invites Greenleaf Article on Healthy Soils for Healthy Waters

Confluence is an electronic newsletter co-produced by the University of Arkansas, University of Wisconsin, and a consortium of twelve Land- Grant Universities in states along the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. The goal of Confluence is to bring you research-based, unbiased information on agricultural practices and efforts to reduce nutrient losses from agriculture to the Gulf of Mexico.

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Greenleaf presents “Aggregation of Distributed Water Storage Solutions”

Greenleaf presented at the workshop on “Market-based Approaches to Green Infrastructure.” The workshop was funded by the Great Lakes Protection Fund, Environmental Consulting and Technology and a team of consultants, including Greenleaf Advisors. The goal of the workshop is to develop/ascertain a strategic pathway to identify stormwater management opportunities, and to aggregate those opportunities in a manner that can allow management as a singular integrated system to capture/manage substantial water volumes.

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