May

31

Invasive Blitz, Paddling, Bees and Naturalists

June provides CURE members a variety of outdoor experiences.  Beginning Wednesday, June 8th CURE is partnering with the MN Master Naturalist program and hosting an Invasive Blitz Volunteer Training at the Upper Sioux Agency State Park.  This training will highlight working with buckthorn, garlic mustard and wild parsnip. June 11th is National Get Outdoors Day […]

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Apr

26

Birding On the Prairie

CURE members were in attendance at the 41st annual Salt Lake Birding Weekend in southwestern Minnesota this past weekend.  Near 100 avid birders drove in from around the region for this amazing rite of spring on the prairie. There were guided tours for birders around Salt Lake, Big Stone Refuge, the lakes, wetlands and native […]

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Apr

11

Water is Life!

Over two dozen CURE members joined and supported the MNi Sota Nibi Walk from the headwaters at Big Stone Lake in Ortonville to the confluence at Fort Snelling on Pike Island. The 330 mile walk began on March 25th and concluded on Friday, April 1st. Water was taken from the headwaters and carried the entire […]

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Apr

08

Brian Wojtalewicz to Be Honored at CURE’s 24th Annual Meeting

The CURE Board of Directors has chosen Brian Wojtalewicz of Appleton, Minnesota, as this year’s RiverKeeper.

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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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