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Minnesota’s approach to reducing nutrient losses, which is more aggressive than neighboring states, receives about $100 million annually in dedicated funding and requires buffers on public waterways and ditches, comprehensive testing and monitoring, a watershed strategy designed to cut runoff from rural and urban areas and established water quality goals, as reported by The Des Moines Register.

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