Conservation Minnesota

Hosted Websites are Up and Running

The following is an email sent to members of Minnesota Waters….

Dear Minnesota Waters Members-

Times of transition can be confusing and often lead to questions. I thought it might make sense to address some of your questions by sending you a couple of messages about the details of the agreement that was reached between Conservation Minnesota and Minnesota Waters.

One of the most consistent questions I have gotten over the past few weeks is: Will our Association’s website that is hosted by Minnesota Waters continue to work? The answer is a resounding YES!

Your hosted website is currently up and running and will stay that way. Some association leaders have told me that they heard from other sources that the websites would be turned off or stop working. That is not true.

Any hosting fees you have already paid to Minnesota Waters will be honored. We will contact you when it is time to renew for another year of hosting. Minnesota Waters board member Dick Lacher, who has helped so many of you set up your websites, has continued to help get us up to speed.

In fact, we stand ready today to add new websites for any associations who are interested. If your association is interested in setting up a new website or you have questions about your current site, you can contact Danielle Rice for assistance.

More to come….

Paul Austin
Executive Director

Read more about the new Minnesota Waters:

Minnesota Waters 3.0

About Paul Austin

Paul Austin

Paul Austin has 23 years of public service as an elected leader, advocate and political strategist, Paul Austin brings a rare combination of skills and experience to his position as Executive Director. At age 25, Paul was elected Mayor of Clinton, Connecticut – the youngest in state history. Paul has served as Executive Director of Conservation Minnesota since 2004.

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Webmaster says:

Thank you, Liz, for bringing this issue to our attention. All websites previously hosted by Minnesota Waters should be accessible for updating. If this is not the case, please contact Danielle Rice, and she can assist you in getting the matter resolved.

Liz Weninger says:

MN Waters used to host this website and it is listed but I cannot access it.

Do you have an answer as to why the no access? Could it be lack of dues paid and if so what would that be?

Thank you