Upcoming Events

MSP LTER Community Science & Art Fair

Monday, May 20 (2 to 6pm) at Mississippi Watershed Management Organization (MWMO)

Join us for our 2024 Community Science & Art Fair! 

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Curious about ecological research in the Twin Cities? Have concerns or questions about your local ecosystem or want to meet scientists researching urban issues? Drop by this MSP LTER community gathering for art and science activities, conversation with researchers and community members, and more! Light snacks and refreshments will be provided.

Monday May 20th, 2:00 –6:00pm
Mississippi Watershed Management Organization (MWMO)
2522 Marshall St NE, Minneapolis, MN 55418 (Google Maps)

Parking: MWMO offers a parking lot with limited spaces as well as street parking.

  • Parking Lot at MWMO: See MWMO Parking Lot Map with available spaces marked in green.
  • Street Parking at MWMO: See MWMO Street Parking Map. Beyond this map, northbound parking (north of MWMO and Lowry) continues to the north of the map until 30th Ave NE. Parking south of MWMO and Lowry, both north and southbound, continues quite a ways south, as well.
  • ADA Accessible Parking: There are two ADA accessible parking spaces in the MWMO lot. Please email Giovanni Delgado-Ortiz at [email protected] if you require the use of either of these spaces.
  • Bicycle Parking: There are two bike racks outside the MWMO building.

Help Promote the Event
Please share this event flier with your friends, colleagues, and other community members to ensure wide and diverse participation. Thank you!

For questions/inquiries about the Community Science-Art Fair, please email Giovanni Delgado-Ortiz at [email protected].

About the MSP LTER
The MSP LTER is part of a network of LTER sites funded by the National Science Foundation working together to broaden our understanding of the nation’s ecological services. It brings together dozens of researchers from the University of Minnesota, University of St. Thomas, USDA Forest Service, The Nature Conservancy, and Water Bar, to study how urban stressors affect the ecological structure and functioning of urban nature, including pollinators, urban forests, urban watersheds, and lakes and streams. More information here.