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.).
FBSR is excited to announce the winners of this year’s Riverfest Raffle:
- Kayak & Paddle – Amy Smolik
- Kayak Trip – Luke Mark
- $100 Great Outdoor Store Certificate – Susan Rohr
- $50 Hair Essence Gift Certificate – Michele Jensen
- $50 Monks Gift Certificate – Oscar Devries
- 6-Piece Water Toy Kit – Jarod Larson
We would like to extend a sincere thank you to everyone who purchased a ticket and to the businesses who donated items for the raffle. We appreciate your support!
The Yankton Press & Dakota examines whether mandatory buffers can improve water. Click here to read more.
On September 10th, Art Cullen appeared on South Dakota Public Radio to talk about water pollution in the upper Midwest.
Art Cullen’s award-winning editorials described river and drinking water pollution caused by farm chemicals.
Check out our latest print newsletter: The Advocate August 2018.