May

31

Invasive Blitz, Paddling, Bees and Naturalists

June provides CURE members a variety of outdoor experiences.  Beginning Wednesday, June 8th CURE is partnering with the MN Master Naturalist program and hosting an Invasive Blitz Volunteer Training at the Upper Sioux Agency State Park.  This training will highlight working with buckthorn, garlic mustard and wild parsnip. June 11th is National Get Outdoors Day […]

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May

31

Chen hits the road for CURE

Long time CURE member, Jianhua Qian “Chen” sets out to pedal from the Missouri River to the Mississippi River in Iowa to raise awareness and money for CURE.  This ride will begin on Sunday, July 23 in Glenwood, IA by putting his rear bike tire in the Missouri River and end eight days later putting […]

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May

31

Pesticide Action Network Report: Kids on the Frontline

On May 9th the Pesticide Action Network (PAN), an international network working to replace pesticide use with ecologically sound and socially just alternatives, released a report titled “Kids on the Frontline.”  The report, which assesses dozens of independent studies, links pesticide exposure to health impacts such as leukemia, brain cancer, and developmental disorders in both […]

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Apr

11

Creating a Community-Based Minnesota Water Ethic

In February, CURE and Land Stewardship Project (LSP) came together to bring 70 of our members as clean water advocates to Governor Dayton’s Water Summit in St Paul. At the summit, the governor opened the day by naming the problem – degraded water as he observed it in several areas of the state. In his […]

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Apr

08

Brian Wojtalewicz to Be Honored at CURE’s 24th Annual Meeting

The CURE Board of Directors has chosen Brian Wojtalewicz of Appleton, Minnesota, as this year’s RiverKeeper.

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