More than 4000 Ohio non-operator farmland owners are being contacted by mail this month to join in the effort to reduce phosphorus losses from cropland in the Sandusky River Watershed. These landowners are being invited to learn more about the phosphorus issue, and engage with those who farm their land and the Sandusky River Watershed Coalition to identify and implement solutions.

The effort includes a series of mailings including a fact sheet informing landowners of options they might consider, as well as options to discuss with farmers growing crops on their land.

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