Content Type: External News
People flocked to see the recent drawdown of the Mississippi River. Why can’t the river be like that all the time?
Inside Tour: Environmentally friendly Eastside Maintenance Facility
Path to River app, storm drain cleanup challenge
The Mississippi Watershed Management Organization (MWMO) 2522 Marshall Street NE, an organization that strives to conserve and help advance water quality, recently developed an application that tracks storm drain water […]
Environmental resources still available during pandemic
…While the service may be available in early April, the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization recommends waiting on your spring garden cleanup until mid-April or early May. That’s because most pollinators […]
Twin Cities first ‘eco-mosque’ hoping to solve flooding issue, bring community together
A Minneapolis mosque plagued with flooding issues is getting a much-needed makeover. Thanks to grant money from the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization and Hennepin County, the Masjid An-Nur mosque is […]
What’s killing Nicollet Mall’s trees?
Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal
[…] The DID and Mississippi Watershed Management Organization are talking with downtown property owners and holding training sessions to try to reduce over-salting of sidewalks and parking lots. Read Full […]
Could cutting back on salt save downtown Minneapolis trees?
Minnesota Public Radio News
The Downtown Improvement District, which works to make downtown cleaner, greener, safer and more attractive, teamed up with the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization, which focuses on the health of the […]
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 […]
PHOTO SLIDESHOW: St Thomas hosts Elm Tree Story Booth
Tommie Media - November 18, 2019
The Elm Tree Story booth, in partnership with the environmental 212 Sustainability in Context class and the Minnesota Watershed management organization, made an appearance on campus during the week of […]