Improving Water Quality 25% by 2025 Print E-mail


25 by 25


A Town Hall Meeting of Residents in West Metro to Get

Their Ideas on Improving Water Quality 25% by 2025


Presented by


conservation minnesota logoMaple Grove Library, Main Meeting Room

8001 Main Street N, Maple Grove, MN


Monday, September 25

6:30 p.m. Social        7 - 8:30 p.m. - Program


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Welcome - Katie Rodriguez - Metropolitan Council Member, District 1

Discussion Leader - John Anderson, CMN West Metro Regional Manager



Water is a part of what makes Minnesota, well, Minnesota. Join us for a discussion of local water health and help us gather ideas on how to improve our waters.



From Governor Dayton:


In the land of 10,000 lakes, clean water should be a right, not a privilege. But the reality is that the quality of our lakes, rivers, streams, and groundwater is threatened from many sources all across our state. We are at a crucial moment – we can continue to let water quality become worse or we can work together to reverse the damage that has been done and prevent future water degradation. . . It will take all of us working together to protect our waters for ourselves and future generations.



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Contact West Metro Regional Manager John Anderson with questions at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 612-767-1571.





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