Cooler temperatures, colorful leaves, and of course pumpkin spice lattes – fall has officially arrived in Minnesota! It’s the perfect time of year to plant new grass, aerate your soil, pull a few weeds, and take extra steps to ensure your landscape comes back healthy next spring. Not only are these things good for your […]Read more »
Learn how our actions at home and in our community can affect water used in the home. This class will show you ways to conserve water using fun demonstrations and a short presentation. The instructor will provide materials and help you make your own bottle of household cleaner. This product is made of natural ingredients that are less harmful to water.
A Somali interpreter will be available during the class. ALL are welcome to attend!
To register or to find out more about this class, contact Ahmed Yusuf at 612-290-9313.Read more »
In 2016, a Midwestern non-profit organization stayed true to their environmentally sound practices through a new building expansion project. The organization's leaders recognized an opportunity to lead by example and reinforce one of their key philanthropic priorities centered on the environment. Through sustainable design practices and water management strategies, including recycling water, they tripled their building’s size while reducing its environmental impact. Water in Motion had the honor of designing their initial high efficiency irrigation system and also the expansion. The project included Minnesota’s first greywater drip irrigation system and multiple water storage tanks, which store 55,000 gallons of rainwater to sustain the native plantings, vegetable gardens and orchards on the property.