Registration Now Open for Governor’s Water Summit
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Registration Now Open for Governor’s Water Summit

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Summit will focus on state’s water quality challenges, seek public input on solutions

Summit will convene broad group of stakeholders to address water quality challenges in all regions of the state – both rural and urban

ST. PAUL, MN – January 15, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — Registration is now open for the Governor’s Water Summit, which will take place on Saturday, February 27, 2016. The summit will focus public attention on the serious challenges facing Minnesota’s water supplies – in both rural and urban areas of the state – and continue statewide dialogue around steps that must be taken to address those challenges. The summit will bring together water quality experts, farmers, legislators, regulators, the business community, members of the public, local leaders, and a wide variety of other stakeholders.

Governor’s Water Summit Registration
Registration is now open for the Governor’s Water Summit, which will take place on Saturday, February 27, 2016, at the InterContinental Saint Paul Riverfront. Registration can be found online at this link. This link will also be available from the homepage of the Governor’s website. Registration is open to all Minnesotans, and is free of charge.

Governor’s Water Survey
To ensure that all Minnesotans’ voices are heard on this important, statewide issue, stakeholders and other interested members of the public are encouraged to take this online survey, launched in conjunction with the Governor’s Water Summit, regardless of whether they plan to attend the summit in February. The information and input gathered from this survey will help inform the Administration and Legislature on Minnesota’s water quality challenges and possible solutions. The survey can be found online at tiny.cc/MNWaterSurvey.

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