Sen. Nick Frentz to discuss conservation issues in Southern Minnesota

ST. PAUL, MN– Sen. Nick Frentz (DFL-North Mankato) will meet with members of Conservation Minnesota to discuss clean water, renewable energy, and environmental protection issues raised by community members.

 

What:  Conservation Minnesota meeting

Who:  Sen. Nick Frentz and Conservation Minnesota members from Southern Minnesota

When:  Wednesday, September 19, 2017. 7:00 pm

Where: Lincoln Community Center, 110 Fulton Street, Mankato

Please contact Kristy Graume for more information 651-296-6153

 

 

Senator Nick Frentz sends Mankato State students off on their 100-mile trek to St. Paul

ST. PAUL, MN – As budget negotiations continue on higher education, Sen. Nick Frentz (DFL-Mankato) is not only fighting for higher levels of funding, he is supporting local Mankato State students on their 100-mile walk to the Capitol to raise awareness of the need for affordable higher education. Sen. Frentz will be greeting the students and wishing them well at the start of their journey.

WHO: Sen. Nick Frentz (DFL-Mankato)

WHAT: Mankato State student 100-mile walk from Mankato State to the Minnesota State Capitol to raise awareness and send a strong message to the Governor and legislators about the importance of higher education funding

WHEN: Sunday, May 7, 2017 at 7:15 am

WHERE: Mankato State College – In front of the Centennial Student Union (CSU)

620 South Road, Mankato, MN 56001

Sen. Nick Frentz, Rep. Clark Johnson, and the Nicollet County Farm Bureau Hold Town Hall Meeting for Local Landowners

ST. PAUL, MN– Sen. Nick Frentz (DFL-North Mankato), Rep. Clark Johnson (DFL-North Mankato), and the Niccollet County Farm Bureau will be holding a Town Hall meeting to discuss the buffer strip law.

“I’ve heard some reasonable concerns about buffer law requirements from farmers in and around District 19,” Senator Frentz said. “I’m looking forward to the opportunity to hear more from residents, so the way we implement our buffer law makes sense for everyone. I’m glad residents are voicing their concerns and I invite everyone to participate in the discussion this Saturday. All Minnesotans–urban, suburban, and rural–play a role in keeping our water clean.”

What:  Buffer Strip Town Hall Meeting

Who:  Sen. Nick Frentz; Rep. Clark Johnson, Nicollet County Farm Bureau

When:  Saturday, April 22, 2017, 9:00 a.m.

Where: Courtland Rec Center, Courtland

 

Please contact Kristy Graume for more information 651-296-6153.