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Race2Reduce receives a one-time special grant through 2020!

Posted by Joe Kuzelka on June 3, 2019

Pictured above, from left to right: Sophie Davis (White Bear Lake Student), Gov. Tim Walz, Sen. Chuck Wiger, and Judy Onufer (Race2Reduce/H2O for Life)

The award-winning Race2Reduce water conservation program initiated in the White Bear Lake Area School District receives $50,000 in one-time funds for FY 2020. Now in its fourth year, Race2Reduce has had a significant and documented impact. Students who have experienced this curriculum have not only acquired knowledge about water resource issues, but they also have developed advocacy skills, changed personal behaviors and influenced others to be more conservation minded.

To learn more about the Race2Reduce program, please click here!

H2O for Life would like to send a special thanks to Sophie Davis for being a Global Citizen and water activist, and Gov. Tim Walz and Sen. Chuck Wiger for their votes!!!

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