Jun

30

Minnesota Master Naturalists Gather on the Prairie

There really isn’t anything better than to spend a week engrossed with like minded “Prairie & Pothole” enthusiasts.  June 13 – 17 just over 20 people from places like Rochester, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Brookings, Sioux Falls and points inbetween came to Lac qui Parle State Park for the Minnesota Master Naturalist (MMN) Prairies and Potholes […]

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Apr

27

CURE Welcomes Professional Fellow From China

Join us in welcoming Tan Liya to CURE!  Ms. Tan comes to CURE as a part of a professional exchange funded by the US State Department and directly managed for CURE and Ms. Tan by the National Committee on US China Relations. After graduating from Beijing Sport University with a BA in journalism, Ms. Tan […]

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Apr

27

Thank You CURE for a Strong Foundation

After four transformative years, I am leaving CURE’s nest. As of Friday, April 29th, I will no longer be working for the organization that I have grown with over the years. I am pursuing my dream job in the historic preservation field as the Minnesota Main Street Coordinator for the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota (PAM). […]

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Mar

09

CURE Seeking Qualified Candidates for Board of Directors

CURE is looking for qualified candidates to run for seats on the CURE Board of Directors. Six positions will be up for election

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Mar

04

Indigenous Women and Their Supporters to Walk the Length of the MNiSota (Minnesota) River

The purpose of the Water Walks is to draw attention to the river’s contamination and at the same time, honor the water as a living being. “The Walks are extended ceremonies for the water led by Indigenous peoples,” states Day.

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