In 1854 my great-great grandparents were some of the first settlers in the Wabasha area. They came up the Missippi from Iowa to homestead. The river was important to them and it should be just as important to us. On the other side of my family tree are my great grandparents who settled on the bluff above the Minnesota River between Montevideo and Granite Falls. If these people could see all the changes to their rivers, they would be appalled that we have treated this beautiful legacy so shabbily. If you haven't voted, do so. This isn't a game. We're fighting for the life of our rivers.
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