How Minnesota’s little, polluted Crow River clouds the Mississippi
July 25, 2022 By Jennifer Bjorhus, Star Tribune
COSMOS, Minn. — Carrie Jennings flits around the South Fork Crow River like a water bug in the old one-seat canoe she bought years ago for $100, then pauses midstream to peer down at the brown water.
“This is crazy cloudy,” she mutters.
She has come to check out this upper reach of the Crow River as it starts its journey through central Minnesota farm country to the Mississippi River — showing how one little river can cause so much damage. | READ MORE
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