Urban Development

Interim Strategy to Reduce Nonpoint Source Pollution to the Minnesota River

Frost, Jack
This report contains an interim strategy to address nonpoint-source pollution of the Minnesota River from urban development and agriculture. The nine-point plan was intended to enable local governments and watershed-management organizations to take immediate action towards achieving the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Minnesota Pollution Control Agency goal of a 40 percent reduction in nonpoint-source pollution, such as watershed-planning legislation and the Board of Soil and Water Resources.
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