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October 2013

Golf course owners in Stillwater clean up Brown's Creek

Golfers who played Oak Glen Golf Course in Stillwater this summer may have noticed the course looked different than in 2012 - more than 1,300 linear feet of native buffer was added to the greens, restoring water quality to Brown's Creek. Click here to read the article.

Agassiz Valley project offers more than just flood reduction

Three years after the Agassiz Valley Water Resources Management project became operational, the benefits have far surpassed what the project team could ever have imagined. Click here to read the article.

Ground broken on Manston Slough project

For more than 140 years, excessive water has been a problem for a plot of land in Wilkin County. Thanks to the hard work and dedication of many partners, that problem is finally going to be solved. Click here to read the article.

Local farmer installs conservation drainage, calls on agencies for support

Yellow Medicine County farmer Doug Albin sent a strong message to attendees at the Ag Drainage Seminar and Field Day in early September. Click here to read the article.

Wetland trainings offer a chance to sharpen skills

Because implementing the Wetland Conservation Act (WCA) at the local level can sometimes be a challenge, Justin Hanson appreciates having a little refresher now and then. Click here to read the article.

October Featured Plant of the Month: Showy Goldenrod

As our days become shorter and temperatures begin to drop, pollinators remain busy searching for rich sources of pollen to sustain them and/or their offspring through winter. Check out October's Featured Plant article to learn more.

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