Waterfront Bulletin is a monthly electronic newsletter featuring timely updates on impaired waters, watershed project funding, and activities related to water restoration and protection throughout Minnesota.
- Open for comment: Rules on beneficial uses
- A moving experience: Famous ship moved so harbor cleanup can begin
- Leadership for Midwestern Watersheds meeting Nov. 8-9 in Winona
- Wanted: WWTFs for pilot project on meeting phosphorus limits without costly construction
- Governor appoints task force on wild rice
- We Are Water traveling exhibit launches Oct. 12 in St. Paul
- Upcoming events: Conferences, celebration and Nibi Walk
- Do you have water quality data to share?
- In the news and online: Pipeline, contact lenses, fish barriers
The William A. Irvin was moved as part of a Lake Superior slip cleanup project in Duluth, Minn., overnight on Sept. 21-22, 2018. It will return in Spring 2019. Check out this video.
MPCA is seeking wastewater treatment facilities for a pilot project on ways to optimize practices to meet more restrictive phosphorus limits.
Missed it by that much
- 0% interest loans available to curb water pollution
- Corn dogs and water softener settings: Both found at Minnesota State Fair
- Land stewardship changes could spark water quality improvements in Lower Red River Watershed
- Diamond Lake lustre an aim of nearby lake draw-down project
- Third annual 'Secchi Social' Sept. 27 at Leech Lake
- Upcoming events: Minnesota Water Resources Conference, BWSR Academy
- In the news and online: Feedlot moratorium, sediment capping, marijuana industry impact
Editor: Cathy Rofshus, 507-206-2608.
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