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6-29-2017 Agriculture LawMichael D Klemm Michael D Klemm
This article, the fourth in a series of updates regarding implementation of the Buffer Law, summarizes six common alternative practices that landowners may wish to consider in lieu of a standard buffer. Read more in Part One: The Law; Part Two: Compliance; and Part Three: Enforcement.
The Buffer Law generally requires affected landowners to install a 50-foot average (30-foot minimum) width buffer of perennial vegetation adjacent to public waters by November 1, 2017, and a 16 ½ foot width buffer of perennial vegetation adjacent to public ditches by November 1, 2018. However, a landowner...Read more
This update, the third in a series of updates about the Buffer Law’s implementation, will summarize existing and developing provisions on how the law will be enforced.
Part One: http...Read more
This article is part two regarding Minnesota's buffer law. Read part one here.
With the November 2017 deadline for land owners with land adjacent to public waters approaching, the Minnesota Board of...Read more
The 2016 Minnesota State Legislature passed some amendments to the 2015 “Buffer Law” that was a cornerstone of Governor Dayton’s agenda. In general, the law requires land owner...Read more