An analysis of agricultural drainage water management (DWM) conducted by K&A was featured in the August 2014 newsletter of the Michigan Soil and Water Conservation Society. K&A's assessment evaluated the potential for DWM to help reduce nitrate export from farms and the associated agronomic and water quality benefits. DWM involves installing a control device that enables farmers to adjust the outlet level for subsurface drainage systems. Raising the outlet level cna reduce the volume of water leaving a field through subsurface tile lines. See the newsletter, with a link to K&A's full report.