We Are Water MN Traveling Exhibit
October 12-November 26, 2018
University of Minnesota – Institute on the Environment
We Are Water MN explores the connections between the humanities and water through an exhibit, public events and educator resources. Visitors reflect on local stories and the meaning and experiences of water in Minnesota with space to add their own stories. By creating relationships around water, we are creating networks that can promote positive social norms, and share a vision for and participate in water stewardship.
2018-2019 We Are Water Host Sites Announced!
The Minnesota Humanities Center, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) and their statewide partners are pleased to announce that the popular statewide exhibit, We Are Water MN, will be continuing in 2018 and 2019 – spanning the state at eight new host sites.
2018-19 We Are Water MN Host Site Communities
University of Minnesota – Twin Cities
October 12 – November 26, 2018
Headwaters Science Center
December 1, 2018 – January 13, 2019
West Polk County Soil and Water Conservation District
January 20 – March 4, 2019
Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa
March 10 – April 22, 2019
Cedar River Watershed District
April 27 – June 16, 2019
Cannon River Watershed Partnership
June 20 – July 28, 2019
August 4 – September 16, 2019
Mille Lacs Indian Museum, Minnesota Historical Society
September 25 – November 2, 2019
Check back here for updates about the latest tour events and happenings.
Water Stories from Minnesota
No one knows the waters of Minnesota like the people who live here. Listen to stories from parents, children, fishers, farmers, indigenous Minnesotans, immigrants to Minnesota, water professionals, and people who just love to be out on the lake.Hear Stories
We are the Headwaters
Minnesota sits atop a triple-continental-scale water divide. This means that we do not receive polluted water from a state with lower environmental standards. But it also means we have a responsibility to keep water clean for our communities, other states and nations, and future generations. We Are Water MN explores the question, “How’s the water?”View Photos
November 17, 2016 By Sharon Day
We Are Water MN learns from and amplifies indigenous perspectives. We build relationships in greater Minnesota and the Twin Cities region and host cross-sector and cross-disciplinary conversations among those who protect and affect water.Read her Post