The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) will conduct four Walkable Community Workshops in October to help four communities across the state step up their walking options and increase pedestrian and driver safety.

Among locations to host workshops: the Otter Tail Historical Society Museum in Fergus Falls on Tuesday, October 15. Local hosts are West Central Initiative and PartnerSHIP4Health.

At the workshops, participants will develop strategies to improve walkability within their communities. Local hosts will receive up to $5,000 to support implementation priorities identified during the workshops.

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