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Free water testing clinic in Wadena, Park Rapids

The clinic is set for Aug. 10 and 11.

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Cup of water inside the microwave. Warming the water on the microwave.
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The Minnesota Well Owners Organization (MNWOO) in cooperation with the Minnesota Groundwater Association, Toxic Taters, Pesticide Action Network, Northern Water Alliance, and the University of Minnesota Regional Sustainability Development Partnership are offering free water quality testing clinics for nitrates and chloride from 2 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday Aug. 10 at Down Home Foods in Wadena, and Thursday, Aug. 11 at the Park Rapids Area Library.
Bring at least one cup (8 oz.) of your drinking water in a clean plastic or glass container. Include the location and date you collected the sample. No reservations are needed. Results are confidential.

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