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Water Walk, April 15 at Noon – Watershed Event

April 8, 2014Joanne RichardsonEvents, Former Featured PostsComments Off on Water Walk, April 15 at Noon – Watershed Event

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Explore the connections between campus and the Mississippi and learn about important aspects of the river corridor and the water system that supports it (and us!) on the second Tuesday of each month at noon, place TBA. Students, staff, faculty, and friends all welcome!

Water Walk, April 15 at Noon – Watershed Event

Join us along with Miss Emily Lowery as she talks about building a future for water in Minnesota, transforming practice and policy through a new water ethic.

Meet us on the steps in front of Northrop at noon, on the East Bank of the UMN campus.

Come with questions!

Upcoming Water Walks : April 15, April 22, April 29, May 6, at Noon,
Leaving from Northrop front steps.

Explore the connections between campus and the Mississippi and learn about important aspects of the river corridor and the water system that supports it (and us!) on the second Tuesday of each month at noon, place TBA. Students, staff, faculty, and friends all welcome!

Our Water Walks in April, as part of the April at Northrop festivities, will feature both on- and off-campus partners. If you’d like to receive email notifications of topic and meeting place before each Water Walk, please email Joanne Richardson.

For more information and to RSVP if you’d like, send a message to the River Life Program rlp@umn.edu.

Students, staff, faculty, and friends all welcome!

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