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  1. 7-26-07 b-day hort night (102) Energy Program
    January 1, 2015
  2. Gneiss SNA Outcrop Hike, Summer 2013. Events & Adventures
    January 1, 2014
  3. Mussel close up_resized Water
    January 1, 2014
  4. University of MN Morris MPIRG Students with Will Steger, Fall 2013 Education & Leadership
    January 1, 2014

CURE BlogWritings and posts on all the latest activities at CURE

Jan

21

It’s good to have a plan.

“In 2014, CURE will be a well-run, high-functioning, impactful organization that clearly communicates its mission and goals to its funders, supporters, and the public.” Nonprofits love this kind of language, and for CURE, the intent is sincere. It underpins our work. But let’s spell it out. CURE has a user-friendly, three-part work plan for 2014. […]

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Jan

21

Spring & warm weather on your mind? It’s time to meet Adam Flett.

Last week, we caught up with Adam Flett, the Stewardship Coordinator at Friends of the Mississippi River (FMR), to ask him a couple of questions about his work. You will have a chance to meet Flett in person if you attend CURE’s Mid-Winter Gathering this Thursday, January 23rd, when he will be traveling to Granite […]

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Jan

21

CURE Welcomes a New Watershed Sustainability Program Coordinator

  Ariel Herrod joined CURE in November 2013, but she will take on new responsibilities as she dons the title Watershed Sustainability Program Coordinator in 2014. Thus far at CURE, Herrod has been doing research, writing on critical issues, and lending other staff general support. But, she has also been digging deeper into the work […]

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Jan

09

Sulfide Mining: Where will it take us?

PolyMet Mining Corp. has offered Minnesota a Faustian bargain in the form of a sulfide mine in the Superior National Forest. The company has promised 20 years of jobs, economic stimulus, and the revival of the mining economy of Northern Minnesota through the extraction of copper, nickel, and other metals. An open-pit mine and prosperity. […]

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