Wednesday, Sept. 27, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Glover Sudduth Center for Economic Development and Urban Affairs
A series of public meetings across Minnesota is seeking citizen input on an ambitious goal: improving the state’s lakes, rivers, streams, and groundwater by 25 percent in the next eight years.
The 25 by 25 Town Halls are designed to gather ideas to increase the pace of clean-ups.
Without additional action, the quality of Minnesota’s waters is expected to improve only 6 to 8 percent by 2034.