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Sep

30

Volunteers Partner to Transform Historic Site

“What a great day!  We removed over 20 loads of buckthorn with 40 volunteers.  The estimated value of the day’s work is $5,810.22 (independentsector.org).  National Public Lands Day is a great way for Minnesota Master Naturalist to partner with local groups and locations to work on natural resource issues that result in positive outcomes.” – Amy […]

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Sep

30

Minnesota River in Granite Falls is Site for Whitewater Park Study

  The Minnesota River in Granite Falls, MN, is the site for a recently funded study to determine whether a whitewater park would be feasible for a 3-mile stretch beginning at the Granite Falls Dam and ending downstream at the Minnesota Falls rapids. On Monday, September 21st, the Granite Falls City Council unanimously voted to […]

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Sep

26

REGISTRATION & EVENT INFO: Buckthorn Removal at the Lac qui Parle Mission

CURE, Minnesota Master Naturalists (MMN), and the Chippewa County Historical Society with the support of the Chippewa Soil & Water Conservation District will team up to remove buckthorn at the Lac qui Parle Mission as part of the National Public Lands Day (NPLD) day of action. This is the nation’s largest single-day volunteer effort for […]

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Sep

03

Citizen Engagement at Public Hearing Shuts Down Mining Proposal

About three weeks ago, CURE received a call from a landowner because he and three of his neighbors had been notified of a public hearing regarding a variance request from Duininck Inc.: the company wanted to mine gravel less than 500 feet from the Minnesota River. While there were already pits in place from the […]

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