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Tour the St. Croix Valley Wastewater Treatment Plant

Tour the St. Croix Valley Wastewater Treatment Plant

Join library staff on a tour of the St. Croix Valley Wastewater Treatment Plant, 6163 North Croix Trail, Oak Park Heights. 

Please read the important tour details below:

  • Registration is required and must be completed by Thursday, October 12, 2023 in order to join the tour. 
  • The tour begins at 11am and ends at 12pm. Please arrive at the Wastewater Treatment Plant 15 minutes early at 10:45am. 
  • Adults need to share their name and date of birth in the registration form. The Wastewater treatment plant will conduct a security review for each participant over 18.
  • Adults must bring proof of identity on the day of the tour in the form of a government-issued photo identification card.
  • You need to dress for the weather! About 1/3 of their tour will be held outdoors. 
  • Everyone is required to wear sturdy shoes or boots that completely cover their feet and clothing that completely covers their legs, for safety and comfort. 
  • No personal items can be brought on tour and no photographs or video can be taken. 

This event is part of We Are Water MN, a traveling exhibit and community engagement initiative that explores the science, history, story, culture, and relationships of water in Minnesota, and, in this case, the lower St. Croix River Valley. The exhibit will be on view at Stillwater Public Library from October 12 through December 3, 2023. We Are Water MN is led by the Minnesota Humanities Center in partnership with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency; Board of Water and Soil Resources; the Minnesota Department of Agriculture, Health, and Natural Resources; the Minnesota Historical Society; and the University of Minnesota Extension. We Are Water MN is funded in part with money from the Clean Water, Land, & Legacy Fund and by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Tuesday, October 17, 2023
10:45am - 12:15pm
Stillwater Public Library
  Lifelong Learning  
Registration has closed.

Image of the Wastewater Treatment Plant by Tony Webster and accessed on Flicker. The Creative Commons License can be found here