The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) has recently been further studying the affects of sulfate on wild rice and is currently working to amend the water quality sulfate standard to better protect wild rice.

The Great Lakes-Upper Mississippi River Board develops recommended standards for water works. These standards are followed by regulatory agencies in Minnesota and are used for the design of water systems.

The Great Lakes-Upper Mississippi River Board develops recommended standards for wastewater facilities. These standards are followed by regulatory agencies in Minnesota and are used for the design of sanitary sewer systems.

Water reuse is becoming more prevalent in Minnesota as a way to reduce potable water demand and provide surface water quality benefits

During the exercise of land use planning, it can be all too easy for planners to start speaking in abstract numbers rather than physical realities. Planners are trained to think of density in terms of “units per acre” when talking about residential land uses

Stormwater irrigation is an innovative way to address surface water quality and flooding issues while reducing the demand on a municipality’s potable water system.

Many communities and businesses miss a great opportunity to provide or take advantage of a benefit reducing the costs of products that are imported and exported through Foreign Trade Zones. The generally held notion is that a company has to have a significant number of products that are imported or export to make a foreign trade zone advantageous and that they have to be physically located within the zone.

Municipalities in Minnesota are each governed by a body comprised of elected officials. These governing bodies are generally referred to as the "city council" or "town board".

The US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) published the final rule revisions to the regulations for eagle incidental take and take of eagle nests, effective on January 17, 2017.

One of the biggest problems facing many communities is how to attract residents that will be the lifeblood of the workforce for local businesses.

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