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They found the infectious bacteria, often in dangerously high concentrations, almost everywhere they looked.
A larger mine raises environmental risks of old tailings basin, say three environmental groups asking the state to reopen its review.
The wolves will be transported to the island over the next three to five years to replace the population that has declined from a peak of about 50 to the single pair that are left today.
Pork producer disputes state's authority in matter.
Pending approval, 100-acre facility would rise on edge of Birch Lake.
For two environmental targets — land conservation and parks and trails — Minnesota appears to be on track to meet Legacy Amendment's goals. The outlook for water is still cloudy.
Proposed limits on research would threaten lives, they say in a blistering letter to the federal agency.
He called it an extreme overreach by state lawmakers and a violation of the federal Clean Water Act.
New restrictions cite unsafe levels of PFCs from old 3M dump.
The agency will turn to the Legislature for guidance.