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Farmers and Water Quality Win
Solving Minnesota’s water quality problems sometimes puts water quality at odds with agriculture. The Clearwater River Watershed District was honored with the Minnesota Association of Watershed Districts’ Program of the Year for its Targeted Fertilizer Application Project: A unique, ongoing partnership with local agricultural co-ops and local farmers to protect lakes and streams while supporting farmers through optimized fertilizer use.

Fifty-one percent of Minnesota lands are used for agriculture. These same lands - if managed improperly - can export pollutants to our lakes and streams. Many lakes in the Clearwater River Watershed District are impaired because of excess nutrients draining from surrounding lands. The Watershed District was challenged to develop innovative ways to reduce nutrients in agricultural runoff.

 
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