RICHARD BROWN, left, and Pierce Brown use cost-share programs to convert catfish ponds to trees and water storage structures.
THREE CATFISH PONDS were re-engineered to be water recovery and containment structures on Ashland Plantation.
TAILWATER RECOVERY canals feed runoff water from crop fields into the water storage structures for reuse.
RICHARD BROWN, left, and Pierce Brown are using conservation cost-share programs to convert more than 300 acres of catfish ponds to trees and water storage structures. They’re pictured with one of the newly-completed structures.
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