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From Phosphorus to Fish: Beneficial Use of Excess Nutrients

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Location: Shepherd, Montana Summary: Fishing can be the primary method for removing excess nonpoint source nutrients from water, according to data collected by Floating Island International (FII). This case study updates results of FII's patented floating treatment wetland (FTW) technology and associated lake stewardship to remove nutrients from Fish Fry Lake, a 6.5-acre lake at FII's research center, along with producing outstanding fishing opportunities. Nearly all of the phosphorus and nitrogen entering the lake from agricultural runoff is now mitigated through a moderately aggressive fish-harvesting program.



Minnow Pond: A Brush Park Aquaculture Case Study

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Location: Shepherd, Montana Summary: This study focused on the impacts of a floating streambed on nutrient removal and habitat enhancement in a northern freshwater pond (Figure 1). Floating streambeds are a new version of the BioHaven® technology developed in 2005 by Floating Island International (FII). The combined benefits of aeration and horizontal circulation through a brush park ecosystem resulted in stable dissolved oxygen levels and an improved fishery.



Field Test of BioHaven® FTWs' Ability to Treat Simulated Wastewater

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Location: Shepherd, Montana Summary: The need to reduce nutrient loading from wastewater is increasingly critical worldwide as ecological damage to rivers, lakes and coastal waters intensifies and corresponding costs continue to rise.



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