Review VLAWMO: 2019 Public Survey

VLAWMO is interested in your insight and feedback. Each year our annual public survey allows us to fine-tune our outreach from programs to messaging. In addition to fine-tuning, we want to hear what's important to you, what you'd like to see more of, and what inspires you. 

  • Question #6 of the survey will ask for a critique of VLAWMO's 2019 education materials and activities. Examples and links are provided below for reference in forming a response. 
  • On December 17th, 2019, we'll select two random winners from the completed surveys! Prizes include a free rainbarrel and a Cherry Berry gift certificate. See the survey PDF below for more details. 

Thank you for helping us make improvements and serve our water resources in 2020! 

There are two ways to complete the survey: 

  1. Take survey online: 2019 Public Survey
  2. Complete hard copy survey and submit to VLAWMO office: Download Survey PDFVLAWMO office: 800 County Rd E East Vadnais Heights, MN 55127

2019 Education Materials: 

2019 Event and Workshop Flyers:

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