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New park taking shape in Prospect Park

Minnesota Daily - Dec. 4, 2019

[…] The group also collaborated with the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization. MWMO constructed a “stormwater park” on an adjacent plot. The park’s infrastructure collects and filters water into an underground storage tank. The water will then be pumped into the new park’s...

St. Anthony East neighbors celebrate their newly planted raingarden.
July 26, 2019

Good Neighbors in St. Anthony East Neighborhood Lead the Way

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July 24, 2019

First-of-its-kind stormwater system installed in Prospect Park Neighborhood of Minneapolis

KSTP-TV - July 23, 2019

A first-of-its-kind project in Minneapolis is making a big difference each time it rains. The Mississippi Watershed Management Organization introduced a stormwater district in the Prospect Park neighborhood.
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Woman raising her hand in a public meeting.
July 10, 2019

MWMO Summer 2019 Newsletter – Project Updates, News, Events and More

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July 9, 2019

North Oaks, St. Anthony named “Cities of Excellence”

Lillie News - July 9, 2019

(…) Prior to his service as mayor, Faust was a planning commission member and a councilmember for the city. In recent years, he has served on the board of directors for the League of Minnesota Cities and as commissioner for the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization.
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July 3, 2019

Urban ecosystems grow in Cedar-Riverside

Minnesota Daily - July 2, 2019

(…) The Mississippi Watershed Management Organization also works to improve urban water quality and habitats in areas where stormwater empties into the Mississippi River.
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June 6, 2019

Juxtaposition Arts skate/art plaza set to open

Insight News - June 6, 2019

(…) An action grant from the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization funded the installation and maintenance of three rain gardens to capture and treat stormwater on the site…
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May 19, 2019

City Files – Kasota Ponds Restoration Continues

Park Bugle - May 19, 2019

The Mississippi Watershed Management Organization has approved funding for Phase 2 buckthorn removal at Kasota Ponds. SAPCC will once again contract to have Minnesota Native Landscapes remove the invasive species, this time along the north and west banks of the east pond.
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May 17, 2019

Columbia Heights Master Water Stewards win Freshwater Society award

Sun Focus - May 17, 2019

(...) In 2017, the City of Columbia Heights and the Columbia Heights Lions Club approached the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization to restore the Lions Park garden as it had been poorly maintained. The garden was overgrown with aggressive, non-native flowers and had compacted, poor quality soils.
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Paddlers at Share the River Nordeast 2019.
May 6, 2019

‘Share the River Nordeast’ Canoe Event Returns on June 26

MWMO News Release - May 6, 2019

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