Beyond wild rice: When sulfate goes up, so do mercury, phosphates
By John Myers
Even if scientists, regulators, politicians and industry leaders find common ground on how much sulfate is too much for wild rice, the issue of sulfate in Minnesota waterways isn’t going away.
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