DNR completes map of county’s gravel resources
By Reed Anfinson
For decades, gravel resources were taken for granted in many counties around Minnesota. Today, the state and its counties are increasingly looking at it as a precious resource that must be managed thoughtfully.
Swift County now has a tool that will help it manage its gravel, or aggregate, resources more efficiently. A map detailing the aggregate resources of the county has been completed by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
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