What is the role of farming practices in protecting the quality of Minnesota’s water? What is the best way to approach agriculture and farmers to make things better? Join a conversation on where to go next.
Archives for September 2011
MPR’s Ground Level continues the conversation on farming and water pollution. Add your voice.
Harmony Co-op in Bemidji is building an incubator kitchen to help local food producers and entrepreneurs expand into processed food.
Cities struggle to explain to taxpayers how the new state Homestead Market Value Exclusion will impact individual property tax rates.
Seven Minnesotans discuss how to fix farm-related water pollution on MPR News’ Ground Level “Weigh In” forum.
Minnesota state tax analyst Steve Hinze has determined how the new property tax law would have affected every city in the state had it been in effect this year.
Asian carp is a priority but water improvement projects also were approved Tuesday to receive Minnesota Legacy Amendment money.
Tough budget choices have only gotten tougher this year, and Red Wing is a case in point.
At a League of Minnesota Cities meeting, officials discuss how to explain the elimination of a state program that could result in higher property taxes.
Minnesota ranks 22nd in a Pando Networks study of Internet speeds.