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Poor water quality is an issue in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed (CBW). In this rapidly urbanizing landscape, both farmers and non-farm residents contribute to nutrient pollution of rivers and streams. Understanding these important stakeholders’ views of water quality problems and how to address them is essential for creating an economically thriving and environmentally beneficial agricultural system that all residents depend upon. To understand stakeholder views on water quality both locally and regionally, researchers from Utah State University and the Pennsylvania State University surveyed residents of the CBW and agricultural producers of the southern part of the CBW (Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia) in 2021 and 2022, respectively.
Avemegah, Edem and Ulrich-Schad, Jessica D., "Chesapeake Bay Watershed Residents’ and Farmers’ Views on Water Quality" (2023). Publications. Paper 2.