Ron Feucht of Hills uses a bucket to gather a water sample from The Rez in Hills. Feucht is a volunteer water monitor with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, which is seeking volunteers like him to measure water clarity in the state’s streams and lakes.

MPCA seeks volunteers to monitor local water

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is seeking volunteers to monitor the state’s more than 12,000 lakes and 92,000 miles of streams for water quality.

These include several high priority sites in Rock County, and the agency is recruiting residents for its popular Volunteer Water Monitoring Program.

 


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