While the Minnesota House won’t officially reconvene until February, my colleagues and I will be participating in a mini-session this week. We’ll be in Winona and the surrounding communities from October 2 – 4 to hear from Minnesotans, hold public committee meetings, and develop a deeper understanding of issues that we hope to tackle next year. I’m looking forward to sharing what I learn throughout the week.
Resources and media from previous mini-sessions are available here
I’m also looking forward to returning to the area in a few weeks for the Governor’s Pheasant Hunting Opener, which is taking place in Austin, Minnesota this year. It’s a great opportunity to celebrate our state’s outdoor heritage. More information about the event is available here
. More Information on Clean Car Standards
In my last e-update, I highlighted Governor Walz’s decision to pursue clean car standards. After Governor Walz made this announcement, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency released a fact sheet with more information about these standards and how they will impact Minnesotans. It’s available here
. Dodge Nature Center Fall Opportunities
Many community members came together last week to show support for Dodge Nature Center. It’s a great resource for our community, and we all hope to enjoy it for years to come.
Congresswoman Angie Craig was one of the supporters at the A Night for Nature event.
Dodge Nature Center provides many opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors, including Fall Break Camps for children in grades K-8. Learn more and register here
before registration closes on Friday, October 4.