A large percentage of our region's agricultural products are transported on our waterways.
Our ecology counts on an environmentally sound waterway.
Use of waterways is a major contributor to economic vitality.
Investment in infrastructure is essential to ensure the success of our waterways.
This spring, Adam Turchioe, a climatologist at Cargill, shared his climate trends and forecast report for the 2020 season with UMWA. His report included current river and soil moisture conditions and his thoughts about upcoming weather.
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Please join us in our commitment to preserve the economic and environmental viability of the Upper Mississippi waterway. The organization is only as strong as our membership, and we need people just like you.
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Corps seeks comments on St. Louis County environmental infrastructure project, ST. PAUL, Minn. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District, […]
Corps of Engineers set to reroute Wild Rice River through structure, The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District, will reroute the […]
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