What We DoCURE Programs

  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

Nov

04

CURE’s newest addition to our team

By Kylie Jacobsen, CURE Blog Contributor CURE is a good fit for new hire, Ariel Herrod. For the next six months, Herrod will work as the Programming Assistant and is excited to begin connecting the arts community with the water quality community. “I really like this community,” Herrod said, “plus I’ve done a lot of work […]

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Oct

30

Pezihutazizi Oyate (Yellow Medicine Nation) ~Upper Sioux Community Youth Outing on Wakpa Mnisota (Minnesota River)

6 high-school-aged youth and 4 adults enjoyed a beautiful autumn day, while canoeing and kayaking on the Minnesota River this October. Several of the participants were in a kayak or canoe for the first time, and many on the river for the first time.

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Oct

01

Mussel Field Day on the Minnesota River with Bernard Sietman

By Kylene Olson, Executive Director of the Chippewa River Watershed Project and a CURE Member A group of 16 river enthusiasts gathered at Memorial Park on the Minnesota River in Granite Falls this past Saturday for a Mussel Field Day with Bernard Sietman from the MN Dept. of Natural Resources, one of two specialists in […]

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Sep

25

Community building in historic Watson Town Hall

  Over 80 people gathered together to fill the historic Watson Town Hall for a September potluck, community building,  great music, and compelling storytelling.  All generations were present, from very little ones to Millennials to Baby Boomers to the elderly. The  Deep Roots event in Watson was a celebration of food, community, and landscape. The […]

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