Aug

17

25 BY 25 Southwest Minnesota Town Hall

Be that voice! Governor Dayton often says each Minnesotan has an individual role to play in working to improve the clean water quality of our lakes, rivers, and streams for generations to come. On Thursday, August 17th, 6:30 pm at the Centers Conference Center at Southwest Minnesota State University with members of the Governor’s Cabinet […]

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Jul

27

The Buzz on MN Pollinators

During the 2017 Minnesota legislative session, CURE and our partners fought hard to keep pollinator protections on the radar.  Even though legislative leadership worked to kill the pollinator provisions early in the session, pollinators and pesticides stayed in the mix until the end.  The Department of Ag, Governor Dayton, and countless citizens that made their […]

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Apr

19

Water Action Day at the State Capitol

On Wednesday, April 19, 2017, more than thirty members of CURE (Clean Up the River Environment) and the Land Stewardship Project (LSP) boarded a bus heading to the State Capitol from southwest MN to take part in Water Action Day.   Rural Minnesota was well represented, as members boarded the bus from Clarkfield, Appleton, Olivia, Montevideo, Marshall, […]

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Feb

25

Event: Snowshoe Lacing Workshop

This event is a collaboration between the DNR and CURE in an effort to get more people out on the landscape enjoying all that southwestern Minnesota has to offer. Get ready to explore winter by learning to lace your own pair of traditional wood frame Ojibwe-style snowshoes. Learn which knots to use and how to weave the […]

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Feb

11

Event: Candlelight Hike – There’s Smore at Lac qui Parle State Park

  This event is a collaboration between the DNR and CURE in an effort to get more people out on the landscape enjoying all that southwestern Minnesota has to offer. Lac qui Parle State Park will be hosting its 3rd annual Candlelight Hike in the Lower Campground area of the park from 6:30-9:30 pm on February […]

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