Water quantity issues rising on the conservation agenda
REDWOOD FALLS -- Water quality has long been the focus for conservation efforts in Minnesota, but a string of drier-than-normal summers is pushing water quantity issues to the forefront as well.
The Minnesota River Board took them on in Redwood Falls on July 27, when speakers addressed water quantity issues ranging from population growth in the metropolitan area to what's being done in the desert Southwest, where water conservation practices are mandatory.
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