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Star Tribune | Novel crops can save rural Minnesota’s drinking water, U says

As pollution from row crops threatens the drinking supply of more and more towns in Minnesota, a handful of scientists and state lawmakers are looking at a new strain of wheat to protect community wells and keep drinking water safe.

Featured: University of Minnesota (Forever Green Initiative) and Minnesota Farmers Union are grantees.

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Topic: Midwest Climate & Energy, Mississippi River

May 2019

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