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Addressing Mine-Scarred Land in the Upper Mississippi River Mining District

Discuss the potential impacts that mine scarred lands in the Upper Mississippi River Lead and Zinc Mining District are still having on local communities, efforts to integrate often forgotten mining records into current planning and development, and how the US EPA Brownfield program grants can be applied in these communities.

Presented by:Geoff Siemering and  Kyle Pepp  (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

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