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Minnesota Population, Income, Education, Employment, and Federal Funds

Minnesota Population
  Total
Year
1980 4,075,970
1990 4,375,099
2000 4,919,479
2009 (latest estimates) 5,266,214

Minnesota Income
  Total
Minnesota Per-capita income (2008 dollars)
2007 41,693
2008 42,953
Percent change -0.8
 
Minnesota Earnings per job (2008 dollars)
2007 49,540
2008 49,004
Percent change -1.1
 
Minnesota Poverty rate (percent)
1979 9.5
1989 10.2
1999 7.9
2008 (latest model-based estimates) 9.6

Minnesota Education (Persons 25 and older)
  Total
Minnesota Percent not completing high school
1980 26.9
1990 17.6
2000 12.1
 
Minnesota Percent completing high school only
1980 38.6
1990 33.0
2000 28.8
 
Minnesota Percent completing some college
1980 17.1
1990 27.6
2000 31.7
 
Minnesota Percent completing college
1980 17.4
1990 21.8
2000 27.4

Minnesota Employment
  Total
Minnesota Total number of jobs
2007 3,536,704
2008 3,567,295
 
Minnesota Percent employment change
2006-2007 0.1
2007-2008 0.2
2008-2009 -1.7
 
Minnesota Unemployment rate (percent)
2008 5.4
2009 8.0

Minnesota Federal Funds, FY 2008
  Total
Minnesota Federal funding, dollars per person
Minnesota All Federal funds 7,525
 
Minnesota Federal funding by purpose
Minnesota Agriculture and natural resources 292
Minnesota Community resources 1,104
Minnesota Defense and space 383
Minnesota Human resources 116
Minnesota Income security 4,450
Minnesota National functions 1,179
 
Minnesota Federal funding by type of payments
Minnesota Grants 1,459
Minnesota Direct loans 234
Minnesota Guaranteed/insured loans 827
Minnesota Retirement/disability payments 2,406
Minnesota Other direct payments to
individuals
1,237
Minnesota Direct payments, not to
individuals
258
Minnesota Procurement contracts 643
Minnesota Salaries and wages 462
 


Minnesota Organic Agriculture

  2008
Number of certified operations 543
Minnesota Crops (acres) 133,393
Minnesota Pasture & rangeland (acres) 20,742
Minnesota Total acres 154,136


Minnesota Farm Characteristics

Minnesota 2007 Census of Agriculture
 
  2007
Minnesota Approximate total land area (acres) 50,906,881
Minnesota Total farmland (acres) 26,917,962
Percent of total land area 52.9
 
Minnesota Cropland (acres) 21,948,603
Percent of total farmland 81.5
Percent in pasture 3.3
Percent irrigated 2.3
 
Minnesota Harvested Cropland (acres) 19,267,018
 
Minnesota Woodland (acres) 1,862,251
Percent of total farmland 6.9
Percent in pasture 28.3
 
Minnesota Pastureland (acres) 1,469,816
Percent of total farmland 5.5
 
Minnesota Land in house lots, ponds,
roads, wasteland, etc. (acres)
1,637,292
Percent of total farmland 6.1
 
Minnesota Conservation practices
Minnesota Farmland in conservation or
wetlands reserve programs
(acres)
1,929,007
 
Minnesota Average farm size (acres) 332
 
Minnesota Farms by size (percent)
1 to 99 acres 40.4
100 to 499 acres 41.6
500 to 999 acres 10.3
1000 to 1,999 acres 5.3
2,000 or more acres 2.4
 
Minnesota Farms by sales (percent)
Less than $9,999 49.3
$10,000 to $49,999 15.3
$50,000 to $99,999 8.0
$100,000 to $499,999 19.4
More than $500,000 7.9
 
Minnesota Tenure of farmers
Minnesota Full owner (farms) 51,425
Percent of total 63.5
 
Minnesota Part owner (farms) 24,394
Percent of total 30.1
 
Minnesota Tenant owner (farms) 5,173
Percent of total 6.4
 
Minnesota Farm organization
Minnesota Individuals/family, sole
proprietorship (farms)
70,055
Percent of total 86.5
 
Minnesota Family-held corporations
(farms)
2,522
Percent of total 3.1
 
Minnesota Partnerships (farms) 6,227
Percent of total 7.7
 
Minnesota Non-family corporations (farms) 326
Percent of total 0.4
 
Minnesota Others - cooperative, estate or
trust, institutional, etc. (farms)
1,862
Percent of total 2.3
 
Minnesota Characteristics of principal farm operators
Minnesota Average operator age (years) 55.3
Percent with farming as their
primary occupation
48.9
Men 73,631
Women 7,361
 


Minnesota Farm Financial Indicators

Farm income and value added data
  2008
 
Minnesota Number of farms 81,000
 
  Thousands $
 Final crop output 10,221,264
+   Final animal output 6,080,949
+   Services and forestry 1,920,207
=   Final agricultural sector output 18,222,421
 
- Intermediate consumption outlays 8,976,218
+   Net government transactions 60,033
=   Gross value added 9,306,236
 
- Capital consumption 1,437,195
 
=   Net value added 7,869,041
 
- Factor payments 2,028,156
 Employee compensation (total hired labor) 533,454
 Net rent received by nonoperator landlords 755,140
 Real estate and nonreal estate interest 739,562
 
=   Net farm income 5,840,885
 

Minnesota Top Commodities, Exports, and Counties

MN. Top 5 agriculture commodities, 2009
  Value of receipts
thousand $
1. Corn 3,794,948
2. Soybeans 2,641,325
3. Hogs 1,661,343
4. Dairy products 1,194,476
5. Cattle and calves 983,682
 
All commodities 13,325,230
 

MN. Top 5 agriculture exports, estimates, FY 2009
  Value
million $
1. Soybeans and products 1,501.5
2. Feed grains and products 1,042.7
3. Live animals and meat 509.5
4. Wheat and products 359.8
5. Other 299.6
 
Overall rank 4,274.3
 

MN. Top 5 counties in agricultural sales 2007
  Thousands $
1. Stearns County 519,433
2. Renville County 420,502
3. Martin County 402,991
4. Redwood County 364,059
5. Nobles County 343,813
 
State total 13,180,466
 

State Offices


Minnesota Drug Policy, Enforcement and Government Agencies
Governor's Office
Office of the Governor
State Capitol, Room 130
Aurora Avenue and Park Street
St. Paul, MN 55155
(612) 296-3391

State Legislative Contact
Legislative Reference Library
State Office Building, Room 645
100 Constitution Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55155
(612) 296-3398

State Drug Program Coordinator
Minnesota Department of Public Safety
Office of Drug Policy
444 Cedar Street, 100-D
St. Paul, MN 55101
(612) 297-4749

Attorney General's Office
Office of the Attorney General
State Capitol, Room 102
Aurora Avenue and Park Street
St. Paul, MN 55155
(612) 296-6196

Crime Prevention Offices
Minnesota Crime Prevention Officers Association
318 Transportation Building
St. Paul, MN 55155
(612) 296-7541

Minnesota Crime Watch
Minnesota Department of Public Safety
Bureau of Criminal Apprehension
1246 University Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55104
(612) 643-2576

Statistical Analysis Center
Minnesota Planning Agency
Centennial Office Building,Room 300
658 Cedar Street
St. Paul, MN 55155
(612) 296-4852

Uniform Crime Reports Contact
Uniform Crime Reports
Minnesota Department of Public Safety
Office of Information Systems Management
Suite 100-H, Town Square
444 Cedar Street
St. Paul, MN 55101-2156
(612) 296-7589

BJA Strategy Preparation Agency
Minnesota Department of Public Safety
Office of Drug Policy
444 Cedar Street, 100-D
St. Paul, MN 55101
(612) 297-4749

Judicial Agency
Supreme Court
State Capitol, Room 230
Aurora Avenue and Park Street
St. Paul, MN 55155
(612) 296-2474

Corrections Agency
Department of Corrections
Bigelow Building, Room 300
450 North Syndicate Street
St. Paul, MN 55104
(612) 642-0200

RADAR Network Agency
Minnesota Prevention Resource Center
417 University Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55103
(612) 224-5121

HIV-Prevention Program
AIDS/STD Prevention Services Section
Minnesota Department of Health
717 Southeast Delaware Street
Minneapolis, MN 55440
(612) 623-5698

Drug and Alcohol Agency
Chemical Dependency Program Division
Department of Human Services
Space Center Building
444 Lafayette Road
St. Paul, MN 55155-3823
(612) 296-3991

State Coordinator for Drug-Free Schools
Drug Abuse Program
State Department of Education
Learner Support Systems
994 Capitol Square Building
St. Paul, MN 55101
(612) 296-3925

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Minnesota

Minnesota, as every other state in the United States has residents who suffer with alcohol abuse problems. Alcohol abuse is different from alcoholism because alcoholics are physically dependent on alcohol and do not have control over their drinking. However, sometimes it is hard to draw a clear line between them because people with alcohol abuse problems experience many of the same effects that alcoholics do.

Alcohol dependence (the next step past alcohol abuse), also called "alcoholism," is a chronic and potentially fatal health issue in which a person is addicted to alcohol. This very serious health problem can be successfully controlled and many people make a complete recovery from their addiction. Alcohol dependence is characterized by three or more of the following occurring in a one-year period:

  • Tolerance: increasing amounts of alcohol needed to get the same effect.
  • Withdrawal symptoms, such as shakiness, sweating, nausea, anxiety, and depression, when alcohol use is stopped after heavy drinking. Also, use of alcohol to relieve or avoid withdrawal symptoms.
  • Drinking larger amounts and for longer than you intended.
  • Inability to cut down or quit drinking.
  • Spending a lot of time getting and drinking alcohol or recovering from its effects.
  • Reducing or giving up important work or leisure activities.
  • Continued use despite the physical or emotional problems it causes to the drinker or other people.

Once alcohol abuse has been identified as a problem, the first step towards recovery is attending a Minnesota alcohol abuse treatment facility. There are many different types of alcohol abuse treatment programs in Minnesota, all of which have the same goal of helping the alcoholic learn how to live without using drugs or alcohol. Most alcohol abuse treatment centers today include a medical, psychological as well as group and individual counseling.

Alcohol abuse treatment is an umbrella term for the processes of medical and/or psychotherapeutic treatment, for dependency on alcohol. The intent of any Minnesota alcohol abuse treatment program is to enable the patient to cease substance abuse, in order to avoid the psychological, legal, financial, social, and physical consequences that can be caused, especially by extreme alcohol abuse.

Attending an alcohol detox in Minnesota is the first step of the alcohol abuse treatment process. Alcohol detox helps you achieve an alcohol free state and relieve the physical symptoms of withdrawal. Minnesota alcohol detox can be defined as a period of medically monitored treatment, where a person is helped to overcome their physical dependence on alcohol. Until the alcohol detox process is complete, someone is simply not ready for alcohol rehab and recovery. Therefore, the ultimate goal of alcohol detox is the first step in preparation for a life in recovery and freedom from alcohol abuse.

Once alcohol detox is complete the next step in recovery is completing a Minnesota alcohol rehab. What happens at alcohol rehab? Often times alcohol rehab centers incorporate family meetings. Many alcohol rehab centers stress the importance of family involvement with the treatment and recovery process, and have one or more opportunities for family members to participate in either educational or therapeutic aspects of alcohol rehab, if not both.

Another aspect of alcohol rehab is aftercare planning. Most often developed by the patient with the help of a primary counselor, an aftercare plan is a framework for sustained sobriety and recovery to continue beyond their Minnesota alcohol rehab - basically the "what next" plan. It may consist of a combination of possibilities depending on individual's needs and abilities such as weekly substance abuse counseling, IOP (Intensive Outpatient) treatment, AA or NA meetings, residence at a halfway house, and other personal goals.




Year
Total vs. Alcohol Related Fatalities in Minnesota
Tot
Alc-Rel
%
0.08+
%
1982
571
322
56
291
51
1983
555
314
56
268
48
1984
582
332
57
284
49
1985
608
287
47
239
39
1986
571
284
50
250
44
1987
530
248
47
224
42
1988
612
294
48
249
41
1989
604
289
48
256
42
1990
566
258
46
221
39
1991
531
233
44
184
35
1992
581
240
41
218
38
1993
538
216
40
189
35
1994
646
250
39
217
34
1995
597
269
45
234
39
1996
576
222
38
190
33
1997
600
197
33
175
29
1998
650
285
44
236
36
1999
626
206
33
179
29
2000
625
258
41
224
36
2001
568
225
40
196
35
2002
657
256
39
211
32
2003
657
267
41
231
35
2004
567
184
32
170
30
2005
559
201
36
176
31
2006
493
175
36
151
31
2007
504
180
36
158
31
2008
456
161
35
135
30

Minnesota DWI Penalties

First DWI conviction
  • Up to 90 days in jail
  • Maximum $1,000 fine
  • 180-day driver's license suspension
Second DWI (within 10 years) or first DWI conviction with a BAC above .20
  • 30 days-1 year in jail
  • Maximum $3,000 fine
  • 1 year driver's license suspension driver's license
Third DWI conviction (within 10 years)
  • 30 days-1 year in jail
  • Maximum $3,000 fine
  • Permanent driver's license revocation
  • Vehicle forfeiture
Fourth and subsequent DWI convictions (within 10 years)
  • 180 days-7 years in jail
  • Maximum¬† $14,000 fine
  • Permanent driver's license revocation
  • Vehicle forfeiture
Breath Test Refusal Penalties
  • 90-day suspension of driver's license
  • 180-day suspension of BAC is .16 or more
  • Refusal after two or more DUI-related offenses within 10 years: Permanent license revocation

Minnesota Alcohol Statistics

Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatality Data 2008

Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities: 135
Youth Under 21 Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities: 16
Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities per 100,000 population  
Total All Ages: 2.6
Youth Under 21: 1.1
1998-2008 Percent Change in Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities per 100,000 Population  
Total All Ages: -43.2
Youth Under 21: -68.1

Hardcore Drunk Drivers

Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities Involving High BAC Drivers (.15+): 71%
Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities Involving Repeat Offenders by BAC level  
BAC .08 - .14: 19%
BAC .15+: 81%

Youth Alcohol Consumption Data 2006-2007 (12-20 Year Olds)

Consumed Alcohol in the Past Month: 29.5%
Binge Drinking in the Past Month: 22.0%

Arrest Data 2008

Driving Under the Influence  
Under 18: 530
Total All Ages: 29,832
Liquor Laws  
Under 18: 6,359
Total All Ages: 27,458
Drunkenness  
Under 18: 99
Total All Ages: 4,897

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