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Minnesota's list of impaired waters grows to more than 3,600

Published 01/13/2012

Impaired waters are defined as having excess nitrogen, phosphorus, mercury, bacteria or other pollutants, hurting their ability to support swimming or fishing, or to provide healthy habitats for fish and wildlife.

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