Transparency Times is the combined newsletter for members of the MPCA's citizen water-monitoring programs.
- 2017 citizen monitoring reports ready
- MPCA begins 2018 water quality monitoring fieldwork
- Field sampling reminders
- Using lake sediment cores to restore lakes in the Cannon River Watershed
- Share your shoreline success!
- CMP lawn signs available!
- CMP at the 2018 State Fair
- Report blue-green algae blooms using BloomWatch app
- Simple, no-cost tests for blue-green algae
- Lake monitoring highlight: Canada's LakeSmart program
- Watershed Pollutant Load Monitoring Network
- Minnesota state record fish programs
- Paddle Martin County
- DIY Secchi tube stabilizer disk
It started in 1998 with 17 volunteers monitoring the health of 22 stream sites in southeast Minnesota. Today there are more than 400 volunteers and 500 stream sites across Minnesota.