Virtual Visit Experience
Welcome to We Are Water MN!
We Are Water MN is a program of the Minnesota Humanities Center and partners. An important part of the program is a traveling exhibit that examines water issues statewide and in local communities through personal stories, histories, and scientific information.
The virtual exhibit videos were created at the University of Minnesota Morris.
Here is the link to the YouTube video playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLywv3UtprHlVDia52VyK0RV5btLqiqdbf
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Our West Central MN We Are Water team includes UMN Morris, CURE (Clean Up the River Environment), Stevens Soil and Water Conservation District and other local partners.
This video introduces the 4-part video series and project partners. Four videos briefly explore each of the four main themes of the exhibit.
You + Me + Water
This is the 4th video of the 4-part series. We explore the fourth main theme of the exhibit, which is YOU+ME+WATER. What are some of the ways we can improve water together? What are personal actions each of us can take? What agricultural practices can protect water? And, what actions can we take as a community to protect water?
People + Water + Choices
This is the 3rd video of the 4-part series. We explore the third main theme of the exhibit, which is PEOPLE+WATER+CHOICES. How have human choices impacted water, especially in Minnesota? How are changes in climate impacting water resources in Minnesota? And, who is affected by our choices when we decide how we share water?
How's The Water?
This is the 2nd video of the 4-part series. We explore the second main theme of the exhibit, which is HOW’S THE WATER. What does it mean when we ask “How is the Water?” Where do we get our water from? How do we know if it is safe to drink? These are important questions we can all ask.
We Are Water
The is the 1st video of the 4-part series. We explore the first main theme of the exhibit, which is WE ARE WATER. What does it mean to say “We Are Water?” Minnesotans have a special relationship with water for many reasons. We explore these many connections.