East Metro Water Resource Education Program
The East Metro Water Resource Education Program (EMWREP) is a partnership formed in 2006 that serves 24 local units of government in the east metro area. The purpose of the shared education program is to provide education about the impacts of non-point source pollution on local lakes, rivers, streams, wetlands and groundwater resources and to engage people and communities in projects that will help to protect and improve water quality in the region.
In 2012, the Minnesota Association of Watershed Districts recognized EMWREP as its Program of the Year.
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