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Causes: Education, Environment, Recreation & Sports, Sports

Mission: To advocate for the sustainable use of the red river of the north

Programs: Living lab: to demonstrate a variety of riparian restoration techniques, explore various restoration techniques, serve as an outdoor lab for students of all ages, and exhibit wildlife habitat improvements. Fishing clinics and catfishing experiences groups adopt a reach of the river and agree to clean-up trash twice a year. Canoeing, cooking and campfire displays and presentations:to educate the citizens of fargo-moorhead land trail development:to ensure trails developed along river are connected cavity replacement program:building, maintaining, and tracking wood duck boxes, house wren houses, and bat houses to demonstrate to the public through plantings, displays and signage, the natural environment of a riverine system. Red river water festival:a 4-day event in which over 1600 4th grade students learn about different aspects of water and the red river watershed through hands-on activities. Reforest the red:help plant 1,000 trees and shrubs along the red river in celebration of arbor day! Riverfront development master plan is intended to guide fargo's riverfront development in a long range plan. Sister rivers:an international environmental association of river keepers storm drain marking program:protecting the red river by linking human actions to pollution problems. Water quality monitoring:communicating the health of the red river by monitoring water quality at 3 locations on the red river

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