Jan

29

URGENT: Act on Minnesota Water

“The Governor needs our help to move the needle on water,” said Duane Ninneman, CURE Executive Director. “Shining a light on the polluters and obstructionists is paramount for us in 2016. We will prioritize our focus on addressing pollution to our state’s surface waters and groundwater, squarely targeting the greatest contributors to water degradation and […]

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Jan

28

Community Solar is About Local Ownership

CURE has championed renewable energy since the start of its Energy Program in 2005. We believe renewable energy should be accessible and affordable for all Minnesotans. This is where community solar can play a significant role – providing Minnesotans the opportunity to invest in locally owned renewable energy.

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Dec

21

CURE Responds to Help Local Residents; Small Victories Follow

In August, CURE received a call from a landowner in Sacred Heart South Township, Renville County. He was one of four residents notified by the Renville County Board of Adjustment and Appeals that a public hearing had been scheduled to consider a variance request to re-open a Duininck Inc. gravel mine.

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Dec

21

The Climate Change Meeting That Really Matters, Everyone Says So

We joined the Minnesota contingent to COP21 for happy hour and dinner—legislators, educators, activists—some getting ready to go home, others, like us, just arrived, and feeling slightly lost but invigorated, despite jetlag. Blog Post by Athena Kildegaard, Board Member.

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Nov

24

Events & Adventures Builds on Partnership

If you have ever been on a hike and wondered how that large boulder got in the middle of that farmer’s field or discovered a new flower on the prairie, we have just the opportunity for you. This coming spring CURE will be hosting a Prairies and Potholes Biome Minnesota Master Naturalist volunteer training. As […]

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