In farm country, water quantity and quality inextricably linked
From his home along Hawk Creek, Renville County environment and community development director Mark Erickson has watched its rushing waters swell to two separate crests in the last couple of weeks, bouncing back 32-inches overnight the second time.
The second time, he also watched a four- to six-foot wide section of river bank collapse into the churning waters as well.
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