The report, co-authored by Lucia Levers of the Water Resources Center and Peter Calow of the Humphrey School, estimates the costs and benefits of removing lead from drinking water in Minnesota. To ensure the best cost and benefit methodology, MDH turned to the University of Minnesota, enlisting the expertise of Levers, who performed the mathematical analysis for the report, and Calow, who contributed to the general rationale and literature review.
To advance the science of clean water for Minnesotans through innovation, workforce development, and knowledge exchange.
From the Water Resources Center Strategic Plan
Fifty water bodies in Minnesota exceed water quality standards for chloride. Researchers Sara Heger and Alycia Overbo document their findings in the summer edition of Minnegram.
John Bilotta, senior researcher and extension coordinator, details the Water Resources Center's commitment to fund nine new stormwater research projects
MOSH is a new partnership between the Board of Water and Soil Resources, Water Resources Center, Department of Soil, Water, and Climate, and UMN Extension