Waterfront Bulletin is a monthly e-newsletter featuring timely updates on impaired waters, watershed project funding, and activities related to water restoration and protection throughout Minnesota.
- Clean Water Partnership marks biggest year ever
- Controlled drainage project part of plans to restore water quality in Winnebago River Watershed
- Water quality and monitoring: What a difference a day makes
- MPCA study: Lake Pepin close to meeting water-quality standard, more work needed upstream
- La Crescent area: Most streams meet standards for fish and other aquatic species
- MPCA reports good water quality and recommends protection strategies for Cloquet River Watershed
- Hawk Creek soars above state’s 80 watersheds for water quality work
- Salt Symposium streaming live Aug. 4-5. Certification training sessions (free) offered Aug. 6
Apply any time. Zero-interest loans up to $3 million to local units of government for implementing nonpoint-source best management practices and other activities that target the restoration and protection of a water resource.
Missed it by that much
- Extremely wet 2019 dampened, but didn't drown MPCA bio, water quality monitoring efforts
- Speaking of monitoring, citizen volunteers are a big help to the MPCA. Here's how to become one
- MPCA grants available for community strategies to adapt to climate change
- Farm-city collaboration helps Waverly Lake
- Green house gas emission estimates now part of environmental review for large feedlots. Part of state focus on climate change
- Protecting our unpolluted waters
- Ag-urban partnership to help the Minnesota River
- Minnesota lakes and streams need a low-salt diet
- Crookston students studying freshwater sponges in MN, some not reported before
- U of M, MPR share "secrets" to protecting your septic system (and by extension human health and the environment)
- MPCA holding meetings to discuss proposed water quality fee increase
- Punxsutawney Phil says spring (and monitoring season?) will be early this year
Closed. Grant money to research, develop, and implement strategies for communities to adapt to the impacts of climate change and improve community resilience while achieving positive environmental outcomes.
Editor: Cathy Malakowsky, 507-206-2608
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