Oct

13

November 13th is Give to the Max Day, are you ready?

CURE participates in Give to the Max Day to create awareness of our programs and to provide another opportunity for our members to engage in fundraising for CURE. As a non-profit organization, CURE depends on member donations and grant writing to fund our programs.

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Sep

24

High Waters Did Not Dampen Mussel Field Day

On Saturday, September 20th, a group of 16 CURE members and supporters discovered that freshwater mussels are animals with a fascinating life cycle. Blog post by Kylene Olson, Director of the Chippewa River Watershed Project and a longtime CURE supporter and member.

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Jul

22

Simon Lake BioBlitz: “We totally blitzed that prairie!”

On July 12, some 40-50 people gathered in a white tent between Sheep Berry Fen Preserve and managed grazing lands. They had come for the Simon Lake BioBlitz: a day of neighborly connection, nature nerdery, and some good old fashioned fresh air, and they were not disappointed. Post by Ariel Herrod.

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Jun

24

A Co-Sponsored Action Opportunity: Simon Lake BioBlitz 2014

It’s a lot like it sounds: an intense period of biological surveying in one place at one time, with the goal to provide a snap-shot image of the ecological diversity in a certain area. By gathering as many volunteers as possible, we can thoroughly cover an area and provide an accurate picture. Post by Ariel Herrod.

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Jun

02

Why we live where we do… CURE announces the 2014 Events & Adventures program summer schedule

Whether you bike or fish, paddle or hike, enjoy photography or catching a glimpse of your favorite feathered friend, Clean Up the River Environment (CURE) has something for you this summer. Post by Peg Furshong, Director of Operations & Constituent Relations.

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