Become a Headwaters Champion

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Call Your Legislators

It’s time to stop putting our money into a food system designed to produce a profit, and start putting it into a food system designed to nourish ourselves, our communities, and our planet.

Follow the steps below to call your legislators in support of the Headwaters Community Food and Water Bill(HF1332/SF1580). Let’s direct our public money toward a regenerative, life-affirming food economy that can meet the challenges of climate change.

Step 1: Verify your legislator.

Don’t know who your State Representative and State Senator are? Click through and enter your zip code to find out.

Step 2: Check our list.

If your legislator is listed below, you’ll use our “Thank You” script. If not, you can ask them to become an author.

Our authors in the Minnesota House
Our authors in the Minnesota Senate

Rep. Kaohly Her (64A) Chief Author

Rep. Patty Acomb (44B)

Rep. Kaela Berg (56B)

Rep. Robert Bierman (57A)

Rep. Liz Bolden (25B)

Rep. Jim Davnie (63A)

Rep. Mike Freiberg (45B)

Rep. Aisha Gomez (62B)

Rep. Athena Hollins (66B)

Rep. Frank Hornstein (61A)

Rep. Heather Keeler (04A)

Rep. Erin Koegel (37A)

Rep. Fue Lee (59A)

Rep. Todd Lippert (20B)

Rep. Carlos Mariani (65B)

Rep. Kelly Morrison (33B)

Rep. Liz Olson (07B)

Rep. Dave Pinto (64B)

Rep. Steve Sandell (53B)

Rep. Samantha Vang(40B)

Rep. Jay Xiong (67B)

Rep. Tou Xiong (53A)

Senator Erin Murphy (64)

Senator Jen McEwan (07)

Senator Omar Fateh (62)

Senator John Marty (66)

Senator Lindsey Port (56)

Step 3: Make the calls.

Now that your know if your legislators are supporters, use our simple tools to get connected to them. We’ll provide a script, or you can use your own words.

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All done!
Thank you for taking action on behalf of the Headwaters Community Food & Water Bill (HF1332/SF1580). With your help, we will invest in a food system designed to nourish ourselves, our communities, and our planet – and leave future Minnesotans a legacy we can be proud of.