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MWMO Newsletter – January 2021 – Project Updates, Grant Opportunities, Upcoming Events and More

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In This Issue: Construction Progress at Columbia, Grant Opportunities, Winter Yard Care, Training Opportunities and More...

Gardening tools laid out on a table.
May 26, 2020

Spring Maintenance for Native Plants: Prime Your Native Garden for a Successful Growing Season

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Gravel-Bed Tree Nursery Video Cover
May 15, 2020

Video: Gravel-Bed Tree Nursery Planting with Friends of the Mississippi River

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Woman holding bags of collected trash.
April 29, 2020

Good Neighbor News – April 2020 – Yard Care Tips, Environmental Resources and More

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April 22, 2020

Path to River app, storm drain cleanup challenge

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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 and its direct path to the Mississippi River. By developing the Path to the River app, the MWMO hopes that once community members see how […]
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The underground stormwater infiltration gallery under construction at the City of Minneapolis' East Side Storage and Maintenance Facility.
April 20, 2020

MWMO Spring Newsletter – Project Updates, News, Events and More

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The underground stormwater infiltration gallery under construction at the City of Minneapolis' East Side Storage and Maintenance Facility.
April 17, 2020

MWMO and Partners Gear Up for 2020 Green Infrastructure Projects

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A woman and child sit on a curb next to a cleaned storm grate.
April 8, 2020

Four Things You Can Do to Celebrate Earth Day This Year

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April 4, 2020

Environmental resources still available during pandemic

Southwest Journal

…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 do not emerge until temperatures are consistently above 50 degrees. Throughout the winter and spring, many of these insects take refuge under leaves, in hollow […]
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A woman and child hold an Adopt-A-Drain sign.
March 24, 2020

Good Neighbor News – March 2020 – Yard Care Tips, Training Opportunities, and More

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