MPCA says results are being seen on troubled Minnesota River
WILLMAR -- Efforts to reduce phosphorus reaching the Minnesota River are producing results, according to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.
Staff with the MPCA monitored the lower 20 miles of the river during August, when water temperatures were bathtub warm and flows were at a 24-year low.
They found oxygen levels were sufficient to support fish and other aquatic organisms.
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