In this op-ed piece, FBSR consultant John Davidson makes an argument for restoring the Missouri River Floodplains. Click here to read more.
Sioux Falls, SD: Dr. Catherine Zeman, environmental health researcher, will speak about the human health impacts of elevated nitrate levels in water sources. The event will take place at Augustana University at 7 pm on Thursday, March 21.
In a November 3rd article, the New York Times spotlights the perils of Midwestern water. Reporter Jack Healy focuses on the fear and frustration rural dwellers face when they can no longer trust what comes out of the tap. Read "Rural America's Own Private Flint: Polluted Water Too Dangerous to Drink" to learn more.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 9/18/18 Contact: Matthew West Community Organizer Dakota Rural Action 605-697-5204 Ex. 280 email@example.com
Rain Garden Unveiling: A celebration of improving Water Quality in the Sioux Empire.
Dakota Rural Action is proud to hosts a Rain Garden Tour that highlights a beautiful solution to water pollution. Dakota Rural Action in collaboration with SDSU Extension is hosting a Rain Garden Tour Tuesday, September 25, 2018 from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. in Sioux Falls at the site of a rain garden constructed this summer (1409 E 33rd St.).
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