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Use de-icing salt sparingly to protect Minnesota waters

As the first snow of the season arrives, Minnesotans start thinking about clearing snow and ice from pavement — sometimes with salt. But when the snow melts or it rains, the salt, which contains chloride, runs into storm drains and into nearby lakes, rivers, and groundwater. We scatter an estimated 365,000 tons of salt...

Resident’s guide to stormwater

Rain and melting snow create runoff as they move across the landscape to lakes, streams, rivers, and wetlands. In urban areas, most stormwater falls on streets...

Wellhead Protection

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