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“Moved by Waters” – Water Quality Collaborations Film

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What unites us is more important than what divides us. “Moved by Waters” is an uplifting and inspirational new documentary that depicts collaborative projects involving organizations and diverse groups of students, teachers, artists, farmers, and volunteers of all ages. Setting aside political or other differences, all are working toward improving the quality of water in the Upper Mississippi Watershed. How is water quality monitored and evaluated? Is water pollution an urban or rural challenge? How does water quality affect wildlife and their habitat? We all need water that is clean and safe to drink, and the people and projects in “Moved by Waters” model a way forward that benefits all life.

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