Minnesota watershed uses wood chips, wetlands to treat water

Watershed experts are using wetlands and wood chips to try and reduce nitrate runoff in Vermillion River and other Minnesota waters.

Runoff from local farms has polluted the waters, Minnesota Public Radio reported. High concentrations of nitrates can give adults headaches and cramps, and cause life-threatening blue baby syndrome in infants.

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