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Overuse of Farm Fertilizer Drives Minnesota’s First Effort to Regulate It
Farmers in Minnesota are using 10 to 15 percent more fertilizer than they need to maximize crop yields, one reason why drinking water across the state is increasingly contaminated with nitrogen, state agricultural officials say.

They say it’s also a clear indication that the voluntary methods that the state has relied on for decades to protect groundwater are not enough.



 
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Volunteers to Fight Aquatic Invasive Species - Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protections (DEEP) has launched a new initiative that relies on local volunteers to help combat the spread of invasive plant and animal species in the state’s lakes. The trained volunteers fill voids in DEEP staffing and may also offer their services to the hundred's of town-owned and private launches; which the DEEP does not staff.


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