Rare testing opportunity on Minnesota River shows positive results in reducing phosphorus
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) is releasing results of testing on the Minnesota River that shows significant improvements in pollution levels in the river.
For three weeks in August, MPCA staff monitored a 20-mile stretch of the Minnesota River to see if this hot, dry summer caused low dissolved oxygen, which has been a problem under similar conditions in the past.
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