Meetings and Workshops
The RBWMO 2022 Annual Meeting was held on February 22, 2022 at 6:00 pm. Due to COVID-19, the meeting was held virtually via Webex.
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The 2021 Annual Meeting was held Tuesday, March 9, 2021 at 6:15 pm. Due to COVID-19, the meeting was held virtually via WebEx.
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The 2020 Annual Meeting was held Monday, March 2, 2020 at 5:30 pm in the Haeg Conference Room at the Bloomington Civic Plaza, 1800 West Old Shakopee Road, Bloomington, Minnesota 55431
The 2019 Annual Meeting was held Tuesday, April 9, 2019 at 5:45 pm in the Bartholomew Conference Room at the Richfield Municipal Center, 6700 Portland Ave S, Richfield Minnesota 55423
Great River Greening is seeking individuals with excellent communication skills and the ability to work effectively with people of diverse backgrounds and ages to serve as a Volunteer Supervisor at some of their 2022 restoration events! GRG engages over 2,000 volunteers annually to restore public lands and waters. With the help of volunteers like you, they have restored over 22,000 acres. To do this, they need your help! Volunteer Supervisors are trained to lead and inspire volunteer groups and are vital in supporting GRG’s mission. GRG will be hosting a virtual Volunteer Supervisor training March 20 at 10am. Contact Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up!
To learn more about this opportunity or to sign up, please visit: Great River Greening
Level 2 Winter Maintenance Training - The Richfield-Bloomington Watershed Management Organization partnered with the Nine Mile Creek and Lower Minnesota River watershed districts and the City of Bloomington to provide a FREE Level 2 Winter Maintenance Training for Supervisors.
Raingarden Workshop - Join the RBWMO for a raingarden workshop hosted by Metro Blooms. There are four dates to attend with locations in Bloomington and Minneapolis.
Planting for Pollinators and Water Quality - Local author and Nine Mile Creek watershed resident Heather Holm will discuss the types of native pollinators that visit our gardens and how we can foster all parts of their life cycles, including providing food, water and nesting habitat. The top native plant species for pollinators will also be discussed, along with the connection between plants and water quality. Following the talk, a tour of the raingardens and native plants at Nine Mile Creek Discovery Point will be given.
Meeting Agendas and Minutes