May

27

2015 End of Session Update: Dayton continues to be a water champion

Conservationists keeping an eye on the 2015 Minnesota Legislative Session witnessed an ugly series of train wrecks as environmental safeguard after environmental safeguard came under attack. This was particularly difficult for out-state conservationists, as they watched their elected officials make one bad policy move after another.

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Apr

28

Buffers Now! Update: Though the Legislature is Stalling, Public Pressure is On

Though there was a flurry of activity in early March when the buffer bills (HF 1534 and SF 1537) were introduced, since then, much of the public legislative activity around buffers has stalled. A hearing in the House Environment and Natural Resources Committee went nowhere, and while the Senate Bill was passed out of the […]

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Feb

03

McKnight Foundation Renews CURE Support

CURE is proud to announce that our long-standing relationship with the McKnight Foundation will continue through 2015 and 2016. In November of last year, CURE received word that the board of the McKnight Foundation approved a two-year grant to support the organization’s Water Program.

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Nov

21

Thankful for our beginning farmers

Thanksgiving is a time of relection and gratitude, especially for the food that sustains us, the bounty of our soil. The work, thought, and decisions that go into farming are constantly awe-inspiring, and the impacts that these decisions have on our land and our bodies reminds us of the power that farmers have. Blog pst […]

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Sep

25

Partnership and Years of Improvements Bring Lake Sturgeon Back to the Minnesota Basin

Thursday, September 18th, 2014 was a historic day for Big Stone Lake, near the Minnesota River headwaters. Blog post by Ariel Herrod, Water Program Coordinator.

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