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CURE BlogWritings and posts on all the latest activities at CURE

Jul

20

Paddling the MN River Watershed: One Day Chippewa River Trip

Paddling the MN River Watershed with Wild River Academy This day trip will be approximately 3 hours CURE Member fee is $25 and registration is open Non-CURE Member fee $35 and registration is open What participants need to know:  You will put in at Lentz Landing just off of County Road 40 near Milan and behind […]

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Jul

13

Birding Renville County’s Skalbekken Park

Birding  Renville County’s Skalbekken Park Location: Skalbekken Park Skill level: Basic Trip Leader:  Sally Jo Sorensen CURE Member fee FREE: registration begins on June 17th Non-CURE Member fee $10: registration begins on July 1st What participants should expect: To see and hear mid-summer birds in a lush county park. Minimum and maximum number of participants: […]

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Jul

13

2013 Monte-Granite Riverfront Disc Classic

2013 Monte-Granite Riverfront Disc Classic July 13 & 14, 2013 Schedule of events: Saturday-Lagoon Park in Montevideo  (Chippewa River) 9:00 am:                   Skills Clinic for beginners 10– 1 pm:                Recreational Play 1:30 pm:                   Registration for the Open Competition  (18 holes each day) 2:00 pm:                   Participant meeting 2:15 pm:                    Tee times begin 6:00 […]

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Jul

08

Lac qui Parle Lake Morning Bike Ride

CURE Board Member, Brian Wojtalewicz, writes a weekly column for the Appleton Press. Here is an opinion piece about a biking experience at Lac Qui Parle Lake. On this morning’s bike ride around the south end of Lac qui Parle Lake, I saw a flash of brown movement in a beanfield on my left, to the […]

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