First Minnesota State of Water conference scheduled

Feb. 10, 2014

MINNEAPOLIS — The conference will bring together state organizations in a dialogue about the future of Minnesota’s waters.

MINNEAPOLIS — A group of Minnesota organizations has arranged the first State of Water conference, what is hoped to become a biennial event, for May 1 and 2, according to an article by the Star Tribune.

The 2014 State of Water conference will bring together many agencies that protect Minnesota waters and involve a dialogue about the future of water in Minnesota, the article noted.

Minnesota faces threats from aquatic species, expanding mining, agriculture and development and must create a roadmap to address these issues, the article reported.

Speakers from the Department of Natural Resources, Pollution Control Agency and Board of Water and Soil Resources as well as a number of lake and river organizations will take part in the two-day summit, continued the article.

According to the article, co-sponsors of the event are the Freshwater Society, the Department of Natural Resources, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, the University of Minnesota Extension, the Midwest Glacial Lakes Partnership and Conservation Minnesota.

Read the full article here.

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