Chuck Brandel to serve on ADMC Board of Directors

Dec 15, 2015


December 15, 2015 (Mankato, Minnesota) – ISG Principal and Agricultural Drainage Market Leader, Chuck Brandel, PE, was recently named to the Board of Directors for the Agricultural Drainage Management Coalition (ADMC). The ADMC works to assist agricultural and environmental communities in improving water quality and increasing yields for food and energy producers.

“Agricultural drainage has a tremendous impact on water quality and requires the proper use of conservation practices. Today’s farmers need to balance market needs and environmental impact without compromising crop production. ADMC is a critical leader in the movement towards improved drainage systems and I’m excited to have the opportunity to contribute at the board level”, stated Brandel.

Brandel’s significant expertise in agricultural drainage is widely recognized in the Midwest and has made him a frequently requested authority on many drainage projects throughout the region. Most recently, Brandel led the design efforts on one of the largest bioreactors in the United States through a drainage project in Faribault County. As a preeminent drainage engineer, Brandel well understands the required processes and procedures for such projects and works closely with landowners, drainage authorities and regulatory agencies offering innovative design solutions and funding allocation expertise.

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