ADMC Corner with Keegan Kult

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As seen in the Tried & True Winter 2024 issue

We checked in with Keegan and he shared some exciting updates from ADMC.

After successfully launching the Batch & Build program, a story featured in the fall issue of Tried & True, a similar program is also taking off in Iowa, Minnesota and Ohio. This program named, “Turn-Key,” is the same practice being implemented, “saturated buffers,” but with a more streamlined channel for project management and funding. The aforementioned states have incredible funding opportunities that could lead to up to 100% of cost share coverage.

ADMC is also currently helping the Illinois Sustainable Ag Partnership (ISAP) lead conservation efforts in Illinois by joining forces to accelerate conservation drainage implementation. This program currently offers a 100% cost share. The goal of this project is to help propel growth forward without overwhelming the system.

Anyone interested in implementing these practices in their area can contact Keegan Kult at

Read the last issue’s ADMC article here.