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Apr

17

Registration & Map for River History Weekend & Annual Meeting

Register today for CURE’s 22nd Annual Meeting, the Gathering of Rising Leaders event and for a seat on the eco-Voyageur Canoe.

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Apr

17

River History Weekend & CURE’s 22nd Annual Meeting

CURE’s River History Weekend is back this year, and it will take on a new look as we combine it with CURE’s 22nd Annual Meeting. There will be three days full of activities, presentations and networking opportunities. Check out the full schedule of events here. Additional activity details will be added soon.

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Apr

16

What’s Great About a World Café?

CURE is planning a World Café as an integral part of our event “Don’t Worry; We’ve Got This” – A Gathering of Rising Leaders on Friday, May 2. We want to discuss the theme of leadership, especially in a rural context, and learn what beginning leaders need to become full-fledged community powerhouses. Post by Ariel Herrod, Watershed Sustainability Program Coordinator.

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Apr

02

What is a Watershed, Anyway?

“Can I ask you a question? It’s probably really dumb, though. But, what exactly is a watershed?” That, my friend, professional acquaintance, or perfect stranger, is not a dumb question. Not in the least. Post by Ariel Herrod, CURE’s Watershed Sustainability Program Coordinator.

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Mar

24

CURE Engages the Next Generation of Rural Leaders

On a Monday evening, 10 Millennials and a Baby Boomer gathered in a church basement. It sounds like a bad joke, but the refurbished church basement was home to CURE staff Sarina Otaibi, and the Millennials and Baby Boomer had come together for a pretty serious focus group on transitional leadership and social change. Post by Sarina Otaibi & Ariel Herrod.

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