Amity Creek, Duluth MN
Fresh water is a critical resource undergoing increasing impacts and demands. Understanding the value of fresh water, the nature and true costs of societal impacts, and then developing tools to protect and manage water resources is increasingly critical.
The Natural Resources Research Institute (NRRI) at the University of Minnesota-Duluth is a non-profit applied research organization with research facilities located in Duluth and Coleraine, Minnesota.
Employing over 140 scientists, engineers and technicians, NRRI performs applied research to develop and deliver the understanding and tools needed to utilize the state's resources in a balanced and responsible manner.
Our Research Teams:
NRRI provides research and development tools and data to stakeholders in the following areas:
In FY 2018 NRRI worked with more than 80 regional clients, ranging from small and mid-size businesses to government and nonprofit entities.
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