The reduction in loading of nutrients and other contaminants from agricultural sources can be achieved through the identification of sources and contaminants and the implementation of abatement and prevention measures. The second year of the “Survey of Agricultural Practices in the Thompson Basin” expanded the inventory of agricultural practices using three helicopter fly-overs. These fly-overs identified seventy (70) sites of potential environmental impact (SPEI) from agriculture, bringing the total to one hundred and seventy-three (173) sites. The sites were prioritized and are being evaluated by the staff of the Thompson Nicola sub-region of the Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks. During the second year of surveying agricultural practices in the Thompson Basin it has become apparent that there is a need to:
John, Barbara. 1996. Survey of Agricultural Practices in the Thompson Basin - 1 1995. BC Ministry of Environment Lands and Parks; Fraser Pollution Abatement Office
Keywords: Agricultural Practices, Thompson Basin
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