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*Minnesota Public Radio's Climate Adaption Series features a stormwater component.  Stormwater program managers such as Christ Kleist in Duluth, Liz Stout in Minnetonka and Lois Eberhart in Minneapolis are featured in the story.  For more information, go to [http://www.mprnews.org/story/2015/02/04/climate-change-infrastructure/ Minnesota Public Radio]
 
*The [http://www.mwmo.org/ Mississippi Watershed Management Organization] (MWMO) received an [http://mnbrownfields.org/case-studies/mwmo/ Environmental Impact ReScape] award in October, 2014 from [http://mnbrownfields.org/ Minnesota Brownfields].  The MWMO facility is a 1.26 acre site located on the east bank of the Mississippi River.  The site was remediated by removing 18,000 tons of debris fill. The cleanup and development created a recreational space with integrated stormwater management that includes [[Filtration|vegetated swales]], [[Permeable pavement|permeable pavers]], [[Infiltration basin|infiltration basins]], a [[Green roofs|green roof]], [[Bioretention|rainwater gardens]] and [[Stormwater re-use and rainwater harvesting|rainwater reuse]].
 
*The [http://www.mwmo.org/ Mississippi Watershed Management Organization] (MWMO) received an [http://mnbrownfields.org/case-studies/mwmo/ Environmental Impact ReScape] award in October, 2014 from [http://mnbrownfields.org/ Minnesota Brownfields].  The MWMO facility is a 1.26 acre site located on the east bank of the Mississippi River.  The site was remediated by removing 18,000 tons of debris fill. The cleanup and development created a recreational space with integrated stormwater management that includes [[Filtration|vegetated swales]], [[Permeable pavement|permeable pavers]], [[Infiltration basin|infiltration basins]], a [[Green roofs|green roof]], [[Bioretention|rainwater gardens]] and [[Stormwater re-use and rainwater harvesting|rainwater reuse]].
 
*Stormwater reuse at the [http://solutionblue.com/portfolio-item/lowertown-ballpark/ Lowertown Ballpark]
 
*Stormwater reuse at the [http://solutionblue.com/portfolio-item/lowertown-ballpark/ Lowertown Ballpark]

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