Climate, Energy, and Community: What We Can Do

Minnesota is experiencing more extreme weather events that can be a problem for city infrastructure and clean water. An increase in the amount of precipitation can increase flooding and polluted runoff. How we manage our landscapes can have major impacts on the health of our environment and community. There’s a lot we can do to make a difference.

This free program allows youth to explore Minnesota’s changing climate and home energy through interactive displays with a facilitator. It is available to school classes and youth groups grades 4–8. Thanks to a grant from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, the MWMO will be hosting this exhibit through May 2017.

Program details:

  • Program is offered Monday–Friday from 8 a.m.—5 p.m. through May 2017
  • Programming will take place at the MWMO Stormwater Park and Learning Center
  • Can schedule program up to two hours
  • Can schedule groups of 10–30 youth
  • There must be at least one adult chaperone per 10 youth
  • Supplement your experience with these available pre/post activities: Personal Water Use and Impervious Surface Calculation

Submit your request through the form below. Staff will follow-up with you to finalize your program date.

  • Please enter a value less than or equal to 30.
  • Additional notes, details, questions, etc.