Thirty-three percent of the sales tax revenue from the Legacy amendment is allocated to the Clean Water Fund. Those funds may only be spent to protect, enhance, and restore water quality in lakes, rivers, and streams and to protect groundwater from degradation. At least five percent of the clean water fund must be spent to protect drinking water sources.
Protecting Minnesota's waters is a joint effort between seven partner agencies, who collaborate and partner on Minnesota's water resource management activities under the Clean Water Fund.
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3,300+ Funded Projects
Cascade Creek Channel Restortation
Stewart River Restoration
Deer Creek Tributary Restoration, Photo Credit: BWSR
South Branch Cascade Creek Rebuild, Photo Credit: BWSR