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Master Water Stewards stormwater project hits close to home

Raised near the Mississippi River, Tessa Anttila has always had a great appreciation for water. Because of her Native American roots, she felt protective of the natural resource growing up. When she moved to Minneapolis as an adult, Anttila wondered how she could carry her appreciation for water...

MWMO raingarden lawn sign
January 17, 2017

Give Us Your Feedback! Take Our Annual Survey

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Uptown Wedge resident Joe Knaeble.
January 13, 2017

The Iceman Cometh—Sidewalk Salt Pollutes Our Lakes and Streams

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Abdikadir Mohamed Adan, aka "Macalin Xiito"
December 27, 2016

A Somali Leader Speaks Out for Clean Water

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MWMO Master Water Stewards program class of 2016 graduates
December 21, 2016

Saluting Our First Class of Master Water Stewards

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MWMO monitoring team staff inspecting a stormtunnel near downtown Minneapolis.
December 20, 2016

New ‘Story Map’ Reveals the Hidden World Beneath Our Streets

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Woman shoveling snow.
November 17, 2016

How to Fight Snow and Ice Without Polluting

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A sign banner advertising the new Northeast Middle School Green Campus.
November 10, 2016

At Northeast Middle School, a New ‘Green Campus’ is Born

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The new parking lot and landscaping at First Universalist Church of Minneapolis.
October 26, 2016

Church’s Values Shine Through in New Eco-Friendly Parking Lot Design

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The Spoonbridge and Cherry sculpture, surrounded by mounds of dirt.
October 21, 2016

A Part of the Sculpture Garden You Won’t See in 2017

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