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River film hosted at Gays Mills Library
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Looking for something to do that’s interesting, informative and free? Then come to Crawford Stewardship Project and Gays Mills Library’s video night.

Join us Tuesday, February 28 at 7 p.m. in the Board Room of the new Gays Mills Commerce Center, 16381 State Hwy 131, Gays Mills and enjoy viewing “Troubled Waters: A Mississippi River Story”.  This film is sure to spark the discussion that will follow the viewing. 

All are welcome and popcorn and drinks will be provided.

This Emmy Award-winning production is from the team that created “Minnesota: A History of the Land”. “Troubled Waters” traces the development of America's bountiful heartland and its effect on the legendary river. Through beautiful photography and inspiring narrative, the film offers solutions to the river's pollution problems through fresh ideas and concrete solutions.

For further information please visit our website at or contact Edie Ehlert at 608-734-3223.

It is the mission of the Crawford Stewardship Project to protect the environment of Crawford County from threats such as those posed by concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) and to promote sustainable land use, local control of natural resources, and environmental justice.