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Minnesota Farmers Balance Environment and Budgets

Farmers in Minnesota are working to balance heightened expectations for environmental stewardship and the day-to-day challenges of operating a farm.

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A Record Breaking Big Sioux River Greenway Clean-Up

The community volunteer event on April 22 brought out hundreds of people and removed over three tons of trash.

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Big Sioux River Impaired with Group’s Goal to Improve

They’re doing their part to improve water quality in the Big Sioux River. A group of salon owners and Audubon Dakota are teaming up for an event on Friday.

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Sioux Falls Schools Get Cleaner Running Buses

The new buses are 25 percent more fuel efficient and reduce harmful emissions by greater than 90 percent for most parameters when compared to older buses.

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State Advising Residents to Hold off on Treating Ash Trees

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — Agriculture officials in South Dakota are advising residents to hold off on treating their ash trees.

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South Dakota Sites Mulled for Nuclear Waste Drilling Project

Organizers of a federal effort to assess whether nuclear waste can be stored underground are trying to better explain their intentions to South Dakota residents.

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South Dakota Board Approves Funds for Environmental Projects

The South Dakota Board of Water and Natural Resources has approved $54.8 million in grants and loans for projects involving water and wastewater systems.

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Board Votes to Commit Funds for More Big Sioux River Testing

A water district board has voted to commit funds for more genetic testing related to E. coli in the Big Sioux River.

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Proposal Would Create Wetland Mitigation Bank for Farmers

A proposal under federal review would establish a wetland mitigation credit system for farmers in South Dakota.

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South Dakota Birders Asked to Help with National Count

Bird enthusiasts in South Dakota will get an opportunity to make their passion count during a citizen's science project to be conducted this month across North America.

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