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.
- Reports: Farm BMPs help air quality as well as water quality
- Registration now open for the 2019 Minnesota Environmental Congress
- Wet weather highlights need for proper manure applications
- New resources available for cities working to reduce chloride pollution
- Tis the season for smart salting training
- MAWD convention set for Dec. 5-7, SWCD convention for Dec. 8-10
- EPA approves several TMDL studies
Agriculture accounts for approximately one-quarter of Minnesota’s greenhouse gas emissions, so strategies to reduce emissions from this sector are critical to reaching statewide goals.
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- In the works: Changes to rules on designating uses for some lakes and streams
- MPCA opposes proposed changes to federal water quality rules
- Commission whittles proposal list down to 77 projects totaling $61.4 million
- Minnesota River stories: Mankato area paddlers combine river clean-up and recreation
- On tour: Clean Water Council and legislators visit water quality projects in southeast MN
- In the news and online: Polymet permits, septic systems
MPCA Assistant Commissioner Katrina Kessler explains how sweeping federal changes to Section 401 certification rules could endanger Minnesota's water quality.
The Minnesota River and its tributaries are popular for recreation, and Mankato-area paddlers play a part in river clean-up.
Editor: Cathy Malakowsky, 507-206-2608
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