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Exploring the High-Tech Stormwater Reuse System at Westminster Presbyterian Church

Downtown Minneapolis can be a challenging place to build green infrastructure. Real estate is expensive, space is tight, and not every landowner is willing to push the envelope on environmentally friendly design. It takes a special kind of motivation to want to build green amid a sprawling jungle...

Smiling boy holding a plant.
June 14, 2018

In Fridley, students learn how to be good neighbors to the Mississippi River

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The MWMO's green roof in September 2016.
May 30, 2018

Green Roofs and the Art of Gardening in Unconventional Spaces

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Scraping vegetable scraps into a compost pile.
April 20, 2018

Four Practical and Creative Ways to Become More Earth-Friendly

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Buyers at a plant sale.
March 26, 2018

Gear up for spring with native plant sales, workshops, cleanup events and more

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A MnDOT snow plow. (Credit: Minnesota Pollution Control Agency)
March 8, 2018

Three graphs that show how melting snow carries chloride into our waterbodies

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An aerial view of Hall's Island in November 2017.
February 28, 2018

Rebuilding Hall’s Island to improve habitat and ecology along the Mississippi River

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Screen shot from the "Watershed" music video.
February 15, 2018

Everything you need to know about chloride pollution, in the form of a music video

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Project partners at Hall's Island.
December 28, 2017

Great partnerships made 2017 a successful year for the MWMO

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EcoVillage Apartments in the Hawthorne Neighborhood in North Minneapolis.
December 4, 2017

EcoVillage Apartments makes green living affordable in North Minneapolis

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