On behalf of the Metropolitan Council, Barr Engineering Company developed maps and supporting information to characterize the relationship between surface waters and groundwater, identifying surface waters most likely to be impacted by groundwater withdrawals in the region. This project also provided guidance on effective resource monitoring strategies and costs for each type of surface water feature.
On behalf of the Metropolitan Council, the Minnesota Geological Survey evaluated the vulnerability of glacial aquifers in the Twin Cities metropolitan area. The project improved upon previous vulnerability assessments by incorporating a substantial amount of new aquifer property information and blending methods previously used by the Minnesota Departments of Health and Natural Resources. The result is a consistent vulnerability assessment across the metropolitan area based on the most up-to-date information available.
The proposed project will feature music, dance, and visual arts to provide cultural connections and education as part of the Minneapolis Monarch Festival which celebrates the monarch butterfly 2,300-mile migration from Minnesota to Mexico.
The overall Minneapolis Monarch Festival celebrates the monarch butterfly's annual 2,300 mile migration from Minnesota to Mexico. It utilizes music, dance, visual arts, education, and more to create cultural connections and to inspire appreciation and conservation of monarchs.
The City of Hanover would like to create its VERY FIRST public art project. We are a small rural city on the western fringes of the metropolitan area located within Wright County. The population in 2010 is 2,938 residents. The City recently initiated deve