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Introduction

  • Joe Whitworth
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Abstract

The seeds of my current work were first planted by my grandfather more than 40 years ago. A corn and bean farmer along Blackbird Creek in the Missouri River Basin, he used to say that no man has the right to take more from the land than what the land itself can withstand. Over decades, he learned that if he took care of the land, it would take care of him. In a fundamental way, he understood that commerce and environmental stewardship were forever entwined, that prosperity requires both a strong economy and a healthy environment.

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Total Maximum Daily Load Environmental Movement Environmental Stewardship Walk Away Quantum Leap 
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