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Megan Schnitker has taught Lakota and Dakota history and traditional plant medicine for 14 years. She remembers learning respect for the water on the family farm in South Dakota.

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    Introducing The Watershed

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    From Mankato, Minnesota, this is The Watershed—a special, six-part series about our relationships with the water around us. Look for our first episode this Friday, Nov. 20th. Presented by We Are Water MN, with support from the Clean Water, Land & Legacy Amendment and the McKnight Foundation.

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