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Wetland Regulation in Minnesota

Wetlands regulations are changing - how are your practices being impacted? These reference materials provide a comprehensive review of state and federal wetland regulations and their application in Minnesota. These reference materials will guide you through the permitting, mitigation and enforcement actions that you face. You will acquire the shrewd wisdom and good judgment necessary to succeed - no matter what challenges arise. Don't miss this opportunity to get the tools you need to navigate the complex and changing issues surrounding wetlands in Minnesota. Benefits for You: •Discover the variety of wetlands and how they are regulated •Find out how wetlands impact agricultural land •Discover how wetland regulations impact the drainage law program •Learn about the permitting process and compliance issues Learning Objectives •You will be able to discuss project compliance. •You will be able to review wetland regulations impact on drainage law. •You will be able to identify practical methods to address state and federal wetland regulations. •You will be able to describe wetlands on agricultural land.
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Agenda

Project Compliance
— Clinton D. Jordahl
  • Do I Have Wetlands on My Project Site?
  • How Much Wetland, Where, of What Type and Under Whose Regulation?
  • Is My Project Exempt From Regulation?
  • Sequencing (Impact Avoidance, Minimization and Rectification)
  • Onsite vs. Off-Site Replacement Options
  • Extra Credit? (Wetlands for Fun and Profit?)
  • Living With Replacement Wetlands (Perpetuity Is a Long Time)
Wetland Regulations Impact on Drainage Law in Minnesota
— Kurt A. Deter
  • General Drainage Law in Minnesota
  • DNR Jurisdiction Concerning Wetlands on Drainage Projects
  • Farm Program Jurisdiction on Wetlands Impacting Drainage Projects
  • Corps of Engineers Jurisdiction Under the Clean Water Act Impacting Drainage Projects
  • Wetland Conservation Act Jurisdiction Impacting Wetlands on Drainage Projects
Practical Methods to Address State and Federal Wetland Regulations in Drainage Projects
— Kurt A. Deter
Wetlands on Agricultural Land
— Greg J. Goeser
  • Identifying Farmed Wetlands: Even Though It Is Farmed, It May Be Wetland
  • Can Agriculture-Related Wetlands Be Filled or Drained?
  • Agricultural Wetland Banking vs. the Regular Banking Program
  • NRCS or BWSR: Who Has Jurisdiction?
Examples of Replacement Plans, Problem Sites and Violations
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Greg J. Goeser

Greg J. Goeser – Moderator

American Scientific Services, Inc.

  • Consultant/owner of American Scientific Services, Inc.
  • Has conducted thousands of wetland determinations, delineations, and replacement plans for developers and farmers throughout Minnesota (and South Dakota) since 2000
  • B.S. degree in geology, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology
  • Can be contacted at 320-235-3049, 775-340-3030, or [email protected]
Kurt A. Deter

Kurt A. Deter

Rinke Noonan Law Firm

  • Shareholder with Rinke Noonan Law Firm
  • Practices in water and drainage law, environmental law, representation of counties, watershed districts, land owners and other local governmental units, regulatory compliance on state and federal wetland issues
  • J.D. degree, Hamline Law School; graduate, Gustavus Adolphus College
  • Can be contacted at 320-656-3505 or [email protected]
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Clinton D. Jordahl

Granite City Environmental, LLC

  • Senior geologist with Stantec
  • Practicing environmental consulting 23 years
  • B.S. degree, Winona State University; professional geologist and certified wetland delineator
  • Can be contacted at 320-266-0351 or [email protected]
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Product ID: 393020
Published 2014
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