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PUBLIC EDUCATION AND OUTREACH
The University of Minnesota Duluth is uniquely equipped to provide educational storm water resources for its campus and greater community. The Natural Resources Research Institute, Minnesota Sea Grant, and University of Minnesota Extension, as well as UMD colleges, schools, and departments, are committed to supporting the UMD Storm Water Pollution Prevention Program.
Since all storm water in Duluth ultimately ends in Lake Superior, all citizens have an added responsibility to protect this pristine water and in doing so protect the source of our drinking water. UMD has been a strong supporter of this philosophy from the start and partnered with the City of Duluth and other concerned organizations and MS4s to create the Regional Stormwater Protection Team (RSPT) in 2003. The mission of RSPT is to protect and enhance the region’s shared water resources through storm water pollution prevention by providing coordinated educational programs and technical assistance. RSPT now consists of 25 organizations, including all of the region’s regulated MS4s. The group meets monthly to address common storm water issues. Find out more about RSPT activities by clicking here.
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Last Modified: 5/19/2016