First Water Conference of Its Kind

A conference unlike any other in Minnesota is set to kick off in May. The Freshwater Society, the DNR, MPCA, University of Minnesota Extension, the Midwest Glacial Lakes Partnership and Conservation Minnesota are co-hosting the State of Water conference. In a recent article published in The Star Tribune, the event is discussed in further detail. At this point in time, there is no real forum for water professionals to get together and openly share ideas. That will all change with this seminar.

State of Water Conference

Many of us probably take water for granted. You turn on the faucet, and water comes out. But, if we really took a moment to think, how much are we doing to conserve this precious resource? At this conference, some of the best heads in the business will be able to talk about this point. Though Minnesota is the land of 10,000 lakes, we still have to work together to preserve this resource.

Open Dialogue about Water

At this conference, professionals from all over the state of Minnesota will be able to have an open dialogue about water. Bringing together those like-minded people, who are concerned about the water in Minnesota, will help open some critical discussions. Never before have these professionals had the chance to sit down, and together, lay out a plan for the future of water in Minnesota. It’s an incredible opportunity.

Threats to Our Water

In this day and age, there are many threats to our water systems. As professionals in the water business, this can be pretty scary. There are new things that professionals in our industry are finding ways to remove from the water sources. Other concerns have to be dealt with from a building and development standpoint. Coming together to address the threats to our water in Minnesota head on can only help improve the situation.

If you have concerns about your Minnesota water, contact Haferman Water Conditioning today for a free water analysis and estimate. You can contact us by calling (952) 894-4040 or Contact us Online.

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