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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Aug

26

Legislative and Gubernatorial Stubbornness Pay Off

The MPCA Citizens’ Board may yet live, as the Governor’s Committee to Advise the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. As you may remember, the 2015 legislative session ended in near chaos. Post by Ariel Herrod, Water Program Coordinator.

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Aug

26

Minnesota coal pollution costs over $2 billion a year in health and environmental impacts

Pollution not only harms our environment, it also costs Minnesotans a huge amount of money every year. Here in Minnesota, pollution from coal plants alone costs us at least 2 billion dollars a year in health and environmental impacts, and that number continues to grow. Post by Kristian Nyberg, Energy Program Coordinator.

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Aug

24

CURE Event Fall Preview – SAVE THE DATES!

Fall is a beautiful time of year in Minnesota to spend outdoors removing invasive species, paddling the Minnesota River, biking a trail, or learning and searching for freshwater mussels. We hope you will be able to join us at one of our upcoming fall events! Celebrate National Public Lands Day with us If you register before […]

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Jul

28

Unlikely characters join forces to “Blitz” the Prairie

Would you imagine that halloween pennant dragonflies, whorled milkweed, prairie clover, porcupine grass, and a long list of other insect and plant species could bring over 100 people together on a hot July weekend? Well they can, and people from across the state joined together to build upon their own personal knowledge of tallgrass prairie […]

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