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Working to protect the Mississippi River and its watershed in the Twin Cities area
FMR and the National Park Service are proud to announce the release of the State of the River Report and the launch of stateoftheriver.com. This long-awaited and groundbreaking report highlights the status and trends of 13 critical indicators of water quality and ecological health in the metro Mississippi River. As companion pieces to the main report, the Stewardship Guide and Policy Guide outline steps that citizens and office holders, respectively, can take to help improve ecological conditions of the river.
While our release event at the Science Museum of Minnesota is now full, we want to make sure that you have the opportunity to participate in future presentations. There are two ways to do so:
Staff are available to present the State of the River Report to your organization or group of 20 or more people. Please contact FMR’s Trevor Russell via the FMR contact form to request a presentation.
There are several presentations scheduled in September and October. All are free and open to the public, though RSVPs are requested in advance. Please join us!
More information on the State of the River Report, including links to download your own copy, will be available in the October Mississippi Messages. (Not on the Mississippi Messages email list? Enter your email in the periwinkle box at right to stay up to date with FMR news and events.)