First We Must Consider Manoomin project honored.
The First We Must Consider Manoomin Project was awarded honorable mention in the Local Sustainability Impacts category (scroll down) of the 2020 Environmental Initiative Awards. The Environmental Initiative Awards is an annual recognition program that celebrates people and projects working in partnership at the nexus of a healthy environment, a prosperous economy and an equitable society in Minnesota.
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