Let Gov. Dayton Know Your Environmental Priorities

The Environmental Quality Board, comprised of the Commissioners from Gov. Dayton's Cabinet, has undertaken an ambitious Environmental Congress to chart a course for Minnesota's Environmental Future.  They are at the citizen's input stage.  Forums in Rochester and Bloomington were standing room only, with participants spilling out into the hallways.


Citizen Forums around the State

Blue Check Mark December 10 – Worthington, Worthington High School [3:30pm – 6:00pm]

Blue Check Mark December 12 – St. Cloud, Stearns County Service Center [5:30pm – 8:00pm]

Blue Check Mark December 14 – Moorhead, Minnesota State University [3:00pm – 5:30pm]

If you cannot attend any of the future forums, provide your comments online.  It is critically important for all lake, river and forest advocates to weigh in. Use this link to make your voice heard: Make Your Voice Heard!http://mn.gov/EnvironmentalCongress/voice.html
All of the data collected will be analyzed my the nine member Environmental Quality Board with a Statewide Minnesota Environmental Congress to be hosted in March 2013.
Best to you over the Holidays, and as always, please keep in touch,

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