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Farmable terraces help crop production, reduce gullies

Published 11/30/2011, Worthington Daily Globe

Editor’s Note: The Heron Lake Watershed District spans roughly 472 square miles in portions of Nobles, Murray, Cottonwood and Jackson counties. This is the second in a series of three stories published this week about projects within the watershed aimed at addressing water quality and flood control.
WILMONT — Cost-share dollars offered through the Heron Lake Watershed District (HLWD) can be used for a variety of projects.

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