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Latest NDSU Extension Publications

Estate Planning in ND: The Basics Getting Started

Estate Planning in North Dakota: The Basics Getting Started - FE551

People spend a lifetime working and building an estate (resources) to carry them through their retirement years. To Many "estate planning" sounds like something for the rich. Yet few families today can do without it. The publications helps you to take the steps to get started in your planning.

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Filtration: Sediment, Activated Carbon and Mixed Media

Filtration: Sediment, Activated Carbon and Mixed Media - WQ1029

Filtering your drinking water can be an inexpensive and simple method of removing many aesthetic problems such as odor and color.

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Liquid Level or Depth Marker for Earthen Runoff Ponds - NM 1514

Liquid Level or Depth Marker for Earthen Runoff Ponds - NM1514

Liquid level markers or indicators are a simple but important component of a manure storage facility that is required by state regulations (North Dakota Livestock Program Design Manual 5.2). A properly functioning liquid level marker enables the producer to easily determine the storage capacity of the pond, make management decisions (to pump or not to pump) and record storage conditions of the pond during regular inspections.

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Filling Sandbags

Filling Sandbags - DE1524

The proper way to fill sandbags is shown in this publication.

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Stacking Sandbags

Stacking Sandbags - DE1523

This circular shows the proper stacking for a sandbag dike.

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