Nov

21

Thankful for our beginning farmers

Thanksgiving is a time of relection and gratitude, especially for the food that sustains us, the bounty of our soil. The work, thought, and decisions that go into farming are constantly awe-inspiring, and the impacts that these decisions have on our land and our bodies reminds us of the power that farmers have. Blog pst by Ariel Herrod.

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Oct

29

November 13th is Give to the Max Day, are you ready?

CURE participates in Give to the Max Day to create awareness of our programs and to provide another opportunity for our members to engage in fundraising for CURE. As a non-profit organization, CURE depends on member donations and grant writing to fund our programs.

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Oct

13

CURE Hosts Pollinator Public Policy Forum

On Friday, October 10th, three Minnesota State Representatives hosted a public policy forum at the CURE office in downtown Montevideo. What vital issue attracted media, farmers, water quality and environmental professionals, state representatives and concerned citizens to attend this forum? Pollinators! Post by Sarina Otaibi, Director of Communications & Engagement.

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Oct

13

State of the Birds Report’s Sobering Conclusion

Last month the National Audubon Society released its fifth State of the Birds Report. The report includes both good and bad news – all of it related directly to how we are caring for our land and water.

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Sep

25

Partnership and Years of Improvements Bring Lake Sturgeon Back to the Minnesota Basin

Thursday, September 18th, 2014 was a historic day for Big Stone Lake, near the Minnesota River headwaters. Blog post by Ariel Herrod, Water Program Coordinator.

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