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2015 Drainage Design Workshops

The Drainage Design Workshops are a collaborative between Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota. This year's workshops will be Feb. 17 – 18 in Sioux Falls, SD, Feb. 24 – 25 in St. Cloud, MN, and March 10 – 11 in Grand Forks, ND. Find more information on the workshops here (293 K PDF). Attendees can register here. Anyone wishing to attend as a vendor in our trade show area can register here.

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