Drainers versus Sustainers


Not two miles from my central Illinois home, a farmer’s next crop — a dozen rolls of eight-inch, black plastic drainage pipe — wait to be planted several feet deep in this year’s browning corn stubble.

It’s tiling season in much of the Midwest, that post-harvest period when earth-chewing machines fight weather, mud and daylight to bury thousands of miles of



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