Wetland Regulation in Minnesota

Wetland Regulation in Minnesota Guest Writer Teresa DeMars, Rice County Soil and Water Conservation District  (https://www.riceswcd.org)   Wetland regulation in Minnesota can be a confusing topic, especially since wetlands come in many different types. Some wetlands are obvious, like a cattail marsh. Other wetlands are harder to distinguish, like a wet meadow or a floodplain.  Even …

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Rural Drinking Water Increasingly Polluted with Nitrates

https://nyti.ms/2CZHMtK ARMENIA, Wis. — The groundwater that once ran cool and clean from taps in this Midwestern farming town is now laced with contaminants and fear. People refuse to drink it. They won’t brush their teeth with it. They dread taking showers. Rural communities call it their own, private Flint— a diffuse, creeping water crisis …

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Little, Lorang, and McKee Named “Cannon River Champions”

Little, Lorang, and McKee Name Cannon River Champions Tim Little, Virginia Lorang, and David McKee were named Cannon River Champions at the Cannon River Watershed Partnership (CRWP) Cider on the Cannon celebration in Dundas on Friday, Oct. 26, 2018. “Cannon River Champions are people who have been leaders in the community who used their skills …

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October 2018 CRWP E-Newsletter

October 2018 CRWP Newsletter: Member Appreciation Party and Watershed CleanUP Results