The Minnesota Environmental Initiative, a statewide environmental non-profit organization will present a policy forum, Clean Water Legacy: Progress and Challenges in Protecting, Restoring and Preserving the Quality of Minnesota’s Waters on Tuesday, Oct. 20, at the Gray Freshwater Center.
Speakers will discuss Minnesota’s Clean Water Legacy Act, current protection and restoration efforts and challenges to improving the quality of Minnesota’s waters. Speakers include: Steve Morse of the Minnesota Environmental Partnership; Dean Maraldo of the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency – Region V, Scott Kudelka of the Minnesota State University – Mankato Water Resources Center, plus other Minnesota water experts.
For more information, including the event agenda, and to register, click here. There is a registration fee: $30 for members of the Minnesota Environmental Initiative, $60 for non-members. The forum runs from 8:30 a.m. to noon.