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Master Water Stewards Info Session - Oakdale

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Be the change you wish to see in your community:
Become a Master Water Steward!

Are you looking for a meaningful way to get involved in your community? Want to help protect the St. Croix & Mississippi Rivers and local lakes and streams? 

Come to this info session to learn more about the program!

Stewards receive 50 hours of free training through a combination of on-line instruction, in-person classes, and hands-on, outdoor activities. Learn about watersheds, stormwater management, water policy, strategies for engaging your friends and neighbors, and landscaping practices to reduce runoff pollution in urban and rural settings. Grant funding is available to complete capstone projects, including raingardens, shoreline plantings, and rural lands projects. After becoming certified, Master Water Stewards provide 25 hours per year of volunteer support to their watershed organization.

Continue your education, make new friends, and make a difference in your community. Apply now to begin classes in October! https://masterwaterstewards.org.

To learn more about the program in Washington County, contact Angie Hong: angie.hong@mnwcd.org or 651-330-8220 x.35.

Earlier Event: August 1
Washington County Fair
Later Event: September 8
South Twin & Heifort Pond Walking Tour