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NDSU Extension to Host Brine Spill Discussions

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Landowners will be able to share information about brine spills at informal discussions NDSU Extension is hosting. (NDSU photo) Landowners will be able to share information about brine spills at informal discussions NDSU Extension is hosting. (NDSU photo)
Landowners can share information and learn about treatment practices.

Landowners will have an opportunity to talk about their concerns and experiences with brine spills during a series of informal discussions the North Dakota State University Extension Service is hosting in April.

The goal of these discussions is for participants to share information and learn about different practices to treat impacted areas.

Three discussion sessions have been scheduled in regions of North Dakota that have been impacted by energy development. The dates and locations are:

  • April 13 - Crosby, Divide County Courthouse, 9 to 11 a.m.
  • April 18 - Killdeer, Dunn County Road Department, 1 to 3 p.m.
  • April 27 - Stanley, Mountrail County South Complex, 9 to 11 a.m.

Space will be limited to 30 participants, so contact the Extension agent or other contact person for the location you will be attending to reserve your spot.

The Northwest Landowners Association is providing snacks and refreshments.


NDSU Agriculture Communication - March 22, 2017

Source:Miranda Meehan, 701-231-7683, miranda.meehan@ndsu.edu
Source:Chris Augustin, 701-857-7679, christopher.augustin@ndsu.edu
Editor:Ellen Crawford, 701-231-5391, ellen.crawford@ndsu.edu
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