Urban Water Stewards
Adult Enrichment / Sustainability -
2022 Adult Fall
Learn about the health of Rochester's water resources and how you can care for our water resources through pollution prevention and other stewardship actions. We’ll cover the urban water cycle, drinking water, stormwater, and wastewater with specifics to Rochester and Olmsted County and discuss the current health status of our water resources and highlight active projects to protect and restore. Then we’ll explore how residents, individuals, and families can play a role in water stewardship. Supported by Earthfest and Destination Medical Center.
BOTH CLASSES HAVE BEEN MOVED TO AN ONLINE FORMAT. A LINK WILL EMAILED TO YOU IN YOUR 2 DAY REMINDER EMAIL.
Stephanie Hatzenbihler is the Environmental Education Specialist for the City of Rochester, MN. Stephanie holds a Masters in Natural Science and Environmental Education from Hamline University. Stephanie’s work typically focuses on surface water education and encouraging behaviors to protect our waterways. Originally from upstate New York, she moved to SE MN to work at Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center in 2011. There she met her husband, Drew, and together they have two dogs and 3-year-old twins.