Water quality in two northeastern Minnesota watersheds is considered outstanding, and in a third, many streams have exceptionally high water quality.
News Releases: March 2015
Rather than relying on a single sulfate level for all wild rice waters in the state, the agency proposes to calculate a sulfate level for each wild rice water, based on location-specific factors.
If you can’t attend in person, those interested can call in to the media availability session.
Under an agreement with the MPCA, Rawlings Sporting Goods Co. Inc. must establish recordkeeping for its air emissions permit and pay a $78,000 penalty to the state.
MPCA staff will discuss the site’s past, recent and upcoming remediation activities on land and in the St. Louis River.
A 30-day comment period will end April 1, 2015.