Minnesota is losing its shallow lakes. Why should anyone care?

Minnesota is losing its shallow lakes. Why should anyone care?

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Deteriorating conditions in shallow lakes throughout western and southwestern Minnesota threaten food supplies for ducks and other waterfowl. A number of factors contribute to turbid water conditions in those lakes: high water levels, runoff from nearby farms, lack of natural fish winterkill, and invasive fish. Don Lee reports on Legacy Amendment-funded restoration measures.