Agricultural Drainage Management Coalition (ADMC) was formed in 2004 and exists as a resource of the latest technologies in drainage water management systems. We are committed to assisting the agricultural and environmental communities in improving water quality and increasing yields for food and energy producers. ADMC works at the local and state level to educate farmers, drainage and conservation groups as well as local, state and federal authorities to build an understanding of the latest drainage water management systems. We attribute our recognition in part to our solid core members and the support they have given us as well as the ADMS Task Force and its collaborators that are researching the methods of these innovative practices/ applications.
ADMC is a public/private partnership aimed at improving America’s water quality, wildlife habitat, and agronomics through managing our drainage systems.
ADMC works to accelerate the adoption and implementation of conservation drainage practices.
Communicate and Educate
ADMC has established itself as a resource for members and the public for agricultural drainage water quality practices.
ADMC continuously advances the science and economics of using advanced drainage practices to improve productivity and environmental performance.
Safety and Responsibility
ADMC promotes the safety of contractors and their communities as well as an ethic to install practices in a way that there will be a net conservation benefit.