WORKING TOGETHER TO ACHIEVE HEALTHY WATERS - Environmental Initiative Policy Forum Series

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  • 1. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.compolicy forum series:working together to achieve healthy watersabout the programMinnesota has made significant investments to protect, preserve and restore the quality of ourwaters in recent years. How do we ensure that these efforts are implemented most efficiently andeffectively, and that these investments continue to lead to cleaner water on a large scale?Registration is open for Environmental Initiatives upcoming forum where local government leaders willdiscuss: Activities on the ground that have achieved measurable improvements to our water resources Barriers to achieving cleaner water in our communities and across the Minnesota landscape What is needed at state and local levels to achieve our goals for clean and healthy waterThis forum will allow water quality practitioners and other stakeholders to share their experiences with thosewho develop and shape state water policy. Policy experts will have the opportunity to reflect on localsuccesses and challenges as well as identify policy needs through dialogue with local leaders.confirmed speakers to date Mary Blickenderfer, University of Minnesota Extension Service Dennis Fuchs, Stearns County Soil and Water Conservation District Louis Smith, Smith Partners PLLP (Moderator, Speaker) Shawn Tracy, Metro Conservation Districts Patrick Shea, City of St Cloudconfirmed panelists to date Warren Formo, Minnesota Agricultural Water Resources Center John Jaschke, Board of Water and Soil Resources Trevor Russell, Friends of the Mississippi River Bob Finley, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Craig Leiser, MAWD and Local Government Water RoundtableregistrationRegistration will remain open until 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 3, or as space allows.Environmental Initiative is pleased to offer a reduced registration rate to our members. Annualmembership contrubtions start at just $35. Click here to learn more or become a member of EnvironmentalInitiative.
  • 2. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comContact Mark Lundgren at 612-334-3388 ext. 105 with questions or to inquire about a need-basedscholarship.