Jun

03

CURE Supports EPA Carbon Pollution Rules

You can help us enlist Governor Dayton’s support for strong action to limit mercury and carbon pollution from power plants in Minnesota —> sign this petition today.

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Jun

02

Why we live where we do… CURE announces the 2014 Events & Adventures program summer schedule

Whether you bike or fish, paddle or hike, enjoy photography or catching a glimpse of your favorite feathered friend, Clean Up the River Environment (CURE) has something for you this summer. Post by Peg Furshong, Director of Operations & Constituent Relations.

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May

30

Minnesota’s State Parks – An Excellent Opportunity to Explore the Outdoors

Not a native of the area myself, I am embarrassingly little-acquainted with both state-wide and regional State Parks, but with my mom coming to West Central Minnesota for the first time and balmy weather approaching, I decided to do a little parks research and visiting. Blog post by Ariel Herrod.

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May

30

Minnesota’s State Parks – An Excellent Opportunity to Explore the Outdoors

As summer approaches and we all begin looking for ways to get outside, CURE, of course, offers many opportunities through our Events and Adventures Program. But we would be remiss in not mentioning our State Parks, a branch of the DNR that has been specializing in outdoor experiences since the founding of Itasca State Park […]

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Feb

03

Good News, Bad News: The 2014 Farm Bill

As the negotiations for the 2014 Farm Bill came to a close, we heard plenty about crop subsidies and food stamps, but the bill that passed in the House last Wednesday also included funding for renewable energy and conservation programs. Granted, this is only about 7% of the budget, but it still has significant implications for our landscape. Blog post by Ariel Herrod, CURE Watershed Sustainability Program Coordinator.

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