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  • Mayflies, another sign of Mississippi rebirth

    Mayflies, another sign of Mississippi rebirth

    Mayflies are very sensitive to pollution, and as such are usually only found at high quality, minimally polluted sites.

  • Shamrock Environmental Landfill goes above and beyond

    Shamrock Environmental Landfill goes above and beyond

    MPCA thanks Shamrock Environmental Landfill for going above and beyond for flood debris management and continuing community education.

  • Lake Shaokatan: A prairie lake with improving water quality

    Lake Shaokatan: A prairie lake with improving water quality

    Addressing feedlot runoff, farming and urban sources of pollutants, and failing septic systems are helping heal Lake Shaokatan in western Minnesota.

  • Buffers: Greatest opportunity in southern, western Minnesota

    Buffers: Greatest opportunity in southern, western Minnesota

    Buffer strips are designed to help filter out phosphorus, nitrogen and sediment by slowing runoff and trapping polluted sediment.

  • MPCA responds to avian flu epidemic

    MPCA responds to avian flu epidemic

    Since early March, the avian flu epidemic has affected 108 farms in 23 counties. What do you do with the millions of dead, contaminated birds that farmers have had to destroy? This is where the MPCA gets involved.

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