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Problems, solutions examined for Red Cedar Watershed

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Posted: Wednesday, March 20, 2013 9:02 am

MENOMONIE — "This guide is a call to action," is the first sentence in "Restoring Water Quality in the Red Cedar Watershed: A Communty's Guide."

The booklets were distributed at the Red Cedar Watershed Conference March 14 on the UW-Stout campus in Menomonie, a guide for regional residents dedicated to improving water quality.

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