Indiana Farm Bureau continues work on water quantity issues

Indiana Farm Bureau continues work on water quantity issues

The president of Indiana Farm Bureau says there are concerns a proposed high-tech corridor in Boone County could create water quantity issues for the state’s farmers.

The Indiana Economic Development Corporation has proposed a pipeline project that would send up to 100 million gallons daily from a Wabash River aquifer to the controversial 10,000-acre LEAP Innovation District in Lebanon.

Randy Kron tells Brownfield that water rights protections are not available for agriculture in Indiana. 

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