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Raingarden dedication ceremony at the Islamic Cultural Community Center.
August 11, 2022

Stewardship Funding Grants from Mississippi Watershed Management Organization

Mill City Times

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Aerial view of Upper Harbor Terminal.
July 29, 2022

MWMO Newsletter – July 2022 – News, Project Updates, Lawn Care Tips, Meet the Commissioners, Upcoming Events and More

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Aerial view of construction at NorthPoint Health and Wellness Center.
May 26, 2022

MWMO Newsletter – May 2022 – News, Project Updates, Leadership and Staff Changes, Upcoming Events and More

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The Lowry Avenue Bridge towers over an icy Mississippi River.
January 28, 2022

MWMO Newsletter – January 2022 – News, Project Updates, Grant Opportunities, and More

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A Monarch butterfly feeds on a blazing star plant as an MWMO staff member looks on during a volunteer weeding and cleanup event. The native plantings along Fourth Street SE create a quarter-mile long corridor of urban habtiat irrigated with water from the district stormwater system.
September 24, 2021

MWMO Newsletter – September 2021 – Project Updates, Fall Yard Care Tips, Training Opportunities and More

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Aerial view of the MWMO Stormwater Park and Learning Center and Lowry Avenue Bridge.
June 23, 2021

MWMO Newsletter – June 2021 – News, Project Updates, Events, and Grant Opportunities

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Youth cleaning up trash in a park.
April 14, 2021

MWMO Newsletter – April 2021 – Earth Day, Spring Ephemerals, Adopt-a-Drain and More

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A worker burning a pile of buckthorn branches.
February 11, 2021

MWMO Newsletter – February 2021 – Project Updates, Smart Salting Tips, Grant Application Deadlines and More

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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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