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Want an outdoor living space that's attractive , family friendly, provides wildlife habitat, keeps water clean? Check out one of two free workshops in Stillwater, upcoming the second week of May.
A study in Seattle found that 20% of water born bacteria in the area could be traced to dog droppings.
One way that local communities are working to keep pharmaceuticals out of our water is by offering disposal programs for unused and expired medications.
Already the local calendars are filling with workshops and seminars on gardening.
To help protect groundwater drinking resources, Washington County has a well-sealing program that can cover 50-100% of the cost for property owners to seal abandoned wells on their property.
To register or learn more about the Wild Ones: Design with Nature Conference, visit www.designwithnatureconference.org.
Minnesota has reduced its mercury emissions by 70% in the last 13 years.
A typical family of four loses 10,000 to 20,000 gallons of water a year to leaks and outdated plumbing fixtures.
Valley Creek, in Afton, is the only place in the Twin Cities metro area where native brook trout naturally reproduce.
In some stretches of the Illinois River, 60% of the river’s fish biomass is now comprised of Asian carp.
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