Tuesday, June 15, 2010

MPCA Steps Up Monitoring

As part of the Clean Water Legacy Act passed by the Legislature in 2006, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency launched a 10-year stream monitoring strategy throughout the state. The goal of the monitoring strategy is to assess the condition of rivers, streams and lakes in Minnesota’s major watersheds.

This summer, monitoring teams will be working in the watersheds of the Big Fork, Crow Wing, Bois de Sioux, Mustinka, Minnesota River near Granite Falls, and the Mississippi River near Winona and the Twin Cities. More information on this monitoring program can be found on the MPCA’s Web site at www.pca.state.mn.us.

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