Water for Agriculture

Water for Agriculture — South Whidbey Tilth

John Lovie presented information and considerations about water for agriculture on Whidbey Island at the South Whidbey Tilth Annual Meeting on January 21, 2024.

You can see a video recording of his presentation here, and get a PDF of the accompanying slides, here.

John Lovie is a leader in the world of water quality and marine resource conservation. He has been an avid volunteer, dedicating countless hours as part of community science organizations and community-driven boards to improve the water quality, coastal resources and health of Island County. In 2023 he was awarded the Sound Water Stewards Jan Holmes Award. 

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John lives on Whidbey Island and is a vegan, runner, cyclist, hiker, kayaker, open-water swimmer, environmentalist, photographer, musician, chemist and software developer. He is likely to write about any of the above. Read more on the Sound Water Stewards’ website, soundwaterstewards.org/bios/john-lovie.