A compliance assessment of selected agricultural practices was completed in the Cloverdale area between Sept. and Dec. 2004. The assessment was initiated in response to water quality sampling that found elevated levels of E. coli in watercourses used to irrigate ready-to-eat produce. This report recommends that non-compliance issues identified during the study be followed up by ministry staff to ensure that the issues have been remedied.
Rushworth, George, Younie, Michael. 2006. Compliance Assessment of Agricultural Practices in the Cloverdale Area, British Columbia: September - December 2004. Ministry of Environment
Keywords: water quality, sampling, elevated levels, e. coli, watercourses, irrigate, ready-to-eat produce, Cloverdale
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