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Salt Smart Toolkit

WHAT IT IS

a set of printable materials

WHAT IT'S FOR

to help you communicate your salt smart actions to others

WHO IT'S FOR

this toolkit was created with small to large campuses in mind: local businesses, non-profits, office buildings, and faith-based organizations. However, anyone is welcomed and encouraged to use the materials.

MORE ABOUT THE KIT

Minnesotans are used to seeing piles of salt in the winter. If you start to decrease the amount of salt you use at your office, faith-based organization, or other campus, your community might wonder why. They might even be concerned. The flyers in this kit are one way you can help share your salt smart actions, and show others how they can join in in protecting clean water.

Usage notes: All of the blue Salt Smart flyers were created by RPBCWD. They are free to download, print, and use as you'd like. If you change them at all, we'd like to know and to see what you come up with. The links below are to materials created by, and belonging to other organizations. Please respect any usage instructions listed on their websites.


ADDTIONAL RESOURCES
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Signs, table tents, and flyers about winter safety created by SFM Insurance. Tips on how to hire a contractor that uses less salt from Nine Mile Creek WD Salt use tip card from Clean Water Minnesota

Tools


Half-sheet. Ideas: hang on doors/windows. Tape to salt bag or bucket.

Single-sided sheet. Ideas: hang on doors/windows

Two-sided sheet. Ideas: have copies at front desk. Hand out when community members have questions.