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Jul

28

Unlikely characters join forces to “Blitz” the Prairie

Would you imagine that halloween pennant dragonflies, whorled milkweed, prairie clover, porcupine grass, and a long list of other insect and plant species could bring over 100 people together on a hot July weekend? Well they can, and people from across the state joined together to build upon their own personal knowledge of tallgrass prairie […]

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Jul

28

It’s True: Big Ag is conquering Minnesota like a noxious, unkillable weed!

As slimy green algal sludge started to overtake our waterways for the summer, a news piece with a bold headline took Minnesota by storm.

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Jun

25

Smart Solar Projects: the Future of Good Business in Minnesota

Minnesota is about to get a lot more clean energy from a new ground breaking solar project. The Aurora Solar Project, developed by Geronimo, LLC, is a 100 megawatt (MW) project, which will be located at 21 different sites across the state.

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Jun

23

CURE Joins 100 Paddlers on Minnesota River for its 2015 River History Weekend

Every year, CURE’s River History Weekend brings members and friends together to connect with Minnesota’s great outdoors. This year CURE collaborated with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and other organizations to promote the Minnesota River Public Paddle.

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Jun

22

Take Action: I am rural, and I support clean water

Many have been watching the controversy unfolding around the Clean Water Rule. This straightforward rule-making process intended to clarify and streamline clean water protections was immediately blown out of proportion by special interests. Now, after taking into consideration the more than one million comments it received, the EPA has finalized a Clean Water Rule and […]

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