Interesting Water Basics groundwater, surface water, hydrology by The University of Nebraska-Lincoln
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“It’s a worn-out phrase to say that ‘water is the lifeblood of the state,’ but it is worn out because it is true.”
Long Pine Creek
Although the above words were spoken in the early 1990s by then-Nebraska Governor Ben Nelson, they are still very true today.
Water is vital to Nebraska. In fact, groundwater provides approximately 85 percent of the water used for human consumption in Nebraska.
With approximately half of the state’s cropland under irrigation (see brief history of irrigation in Nebraska), agriculture, by far, is the leading consumer of water.”
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Credit to TPT.org Liquid Assets Minnesota TPT
This program explores concerns about Minnesota’s aging water infrastructure. Many drinking water systems, sanitary sewers and storm sewers throughout the state are rapidly approaching the end of their useful life, so communities of all sizes are trying to come up with ways to replace these vital utilities that are routinely taken for granted
Original Broadcast: 12/04/2011
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