Governor's 25 x 25 Water Quality Meetings

 

Governor Mark Dayton wants Minnesota to accelerate the pace of progress towards clean water. He announced a new "25 by 25" Water Quality Goal, aiming to spur collaboration and action to improve Minnesota's water quality --  25% by the year 2025. Without additional action, the quality of Minnesota's waters is expected to improve only 6-8% by 2034.

Governor Dayton is seeking your ideas on how to improve water quality and is hosting a series of Town Halls over the summer and fall. He is also calling on Minnesotans and civic organizations to organize their own Community Water Meetings to have discussions, share ideas, and offer feedback.

Want to talk about ideas?

1) Attend a Town Hall on Water Quality 

               Bemidji * Burnsville * Crookston * Ely * Mankato * Marshall

               Minneapolis * Rochester * St. Cloud * Stillwater

 

2) Host Your Own Community Water Meeting

              Meeting hosts will be provided with a conversation guide and information               on water quality in the local region. 

 

3) Submit Your Ideas Online