How Minnesota’s little, polluted Crow River clouds the Mississippi

Read the full story at The Lens.

The Crow River drains thousands of square miles of western Minnesota’s crop fields, doubling the nutrient load in the Mississippi River when the two meet near Dayton, Minn.

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