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Inspiring Action

Gain access to the online book, Inspiring Action for Nonpoint Source Pollution Control, co-authored by CCL director Mae Davenport, by clicking the image above!

News Highlights

January 9, 2019

The online book, Inspiring Action for Nonpoint Source Pollution Control, co-authored by CCL director, Mae Davenport, has reached over 350 downloads! See what all the buzz is about and download the book by clicking here.

October 17, 2018

The Center for Changing Landscapes will have quite the presence at this year's Minnesota Water Resource conference. Amit Pradhananga will be the conference's plenary speaker, presenting on acheiving water quality outcomes through relationship building. Other CCL researchers will share research findings and inside looks at current projects happening at the center. We are excited to share our research with those in attendance!

May 21, 2018

What makes water conservation efforts successful? Director of the Center for Changing Landscapes, Mae Davenport, points out in a recent Star Tribune article that it "is not to tell the landowner what to do...It’s building capacity and building community around conservation.” Gain access to the full article here.

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