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CURE BlogWritings and posts on all the latest activities at CURE

Mar

25

Nibi Walk: MNI’SOTA RIVER

An Indigenous-led water walk – every step is a prayer from Big Stone Lake to the confluence with the Mississippi River. If you are interested in participating, please contact Sharon Day at 612-721-0253 or smarieday@aol.com. For additional information, please visit www.nibiwalk.org. Led by Anishinaabe Grandmothers, Water Walks respect the truth that water is a life giver, […]

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Mar

09

CURE Seeking Qualified Candidates for Board of Directors

CURE is looking for qualified candidates to run for seats on the CURE Board of Directors. Six positions will be up for election

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Mar

08

Registration CLOSED – TRAINING: Minnesota Master Naturalist Prairies & Potholes Biome Training

>>> Registration for this course is now closed, but we still have spots in our June week-long course. They are filling quickly. CURE is very excited to partner with the Minnesota Master Naturalist Program and offer a Prairies and Potholes certification training. This course is being taught by longtime CURE members and Master Naturalists Kylene […]

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Mar

07

Clean Water is the Responsibility of Every Minnesotan

“What we really need is to establish an ethic of clean water practices.” I urge you, and I ask you, to spend today establishing our ethic: that clean water practices are every Minnesotan’s responsibility. That anything less is unacceptable. And that it’s achievable if all of us do our part.”– Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton, Water […]

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