WRI releases report on USDA Mississippi River Basin Healthy Watersheds Initiative

Jan. 8, 2014

WASHINGTON — The MRBI could be a solution to protecting the Mississippi with reduced taxpayer funds.

WASHINGTON — The World Resources Institute (WRI) released a new paper today assessing the USDA's Mississippi River Basin Healthy Watersheds Initiative (MRBI), according to a press release.

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The MRBI is a promising new approach to clean up this critical watershed, noted the release.

The initiative concentrates a portion of taxpayer-supported conservation funds in high-priority targeted watersheds, which WRI found to be a better strategy than dispersing funds across the rural landscape, the release reported.

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According to the release, the initiative could help achieve measureable improvements in many local streams and rivers and protect the Mississippi even with reduced taxpayer funds.

Read the full report here.

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