We are compiling reports and articles that we think would be of interest to our Como neighbors, and relevant to the phosphorus prevention work the CACN is doing.

2017 – A Model for Resident-led, Place-based, Phosphorus Source Reduction Inside Watersheds – by Janna Caywood, Lindsay Schwantes, Jessica Bromelkamp. Report to Capitol Region Watershed District, September 1, 2017.

2017 – Trees and Streets as Drivers of  Urban Stormwater Nutrient Pollutionby Benjamin Janke, Jacques Finlay, and Sarah Hobbie. Environmental Science and Technology July 30, 2017

2016 – Removal of Fallen Leaves Can Improve Urban Water Qualityby US Geological Survey, November 17, 2016

2016 – Iron Enhanced Sand Filtration for Agricultural Tile Drainage – by Weiss, Peter T. Stormwater Research St. Anthony Falls Laboratory (SAFL) UPDATES October 2016, volume 11 issue 4

2016 –  Presentation to District 10 Community Council – about the Como Active Citizen Network and the Como Curb Cleanup

2014 – Decomposition of tree leaf litter on pavement: implications for urban water quality – by Sarah E. Hobbie, Lawrence A. Baker, Christopher Buyarski, Daniel Nidzgorski & Jacques C. Finlay. Urban Ecosystems 17:365-385

2014 – Civic Governance Case Study – by Minnesota Active Citizenship Initiative (case study includes CACN leaders Janna Caywood and Angie Sechler)

2013 – Quantifying Nutrient Removal through Targeted Intensive Street Sweeping – by Paula Kalinosky, Lawrence Baker, Sarah Hobbie, and Ross Bintner. Stormwater Research at St. Anthony Falls Lab, U of M.  Volume 8 – issue 3

2011- Como KAP Study – conducted by Karlyn Eckman of University of MN Water Resources Center, funded by Capitol Region Watershed District

2009 – To The Source: Moving Minnesota’s Water Governance Upstream – by Citizens League Water Policy Study Committee (Janna Caywood was a member of this committee)  One page issue brief.

Nutrients: Phosphorus, Nitrogen Sources, Impact on Water Quality – A General Overview by the MN Pollution Control Agency

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