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Jun

26

Join us to celebrate Water, Women & Democracy!

Join CURE as we gather at Wegdahl County Park on the banks of the Minnesota River to celebrate Women, Water & Democracy on Saturday, July 28 from 10 am – 10 pm. The morning features an Introduction to a Water Ethic Charter for Minnesota presented by CURE and The State of Minnesota Waters presented by […]

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Apr

23

CURE joins New Economy Coalition

  In recent weeks CURE has officially joined an exciting network of organizations across the country called the New Economy Coalition (NEC).   NEC members are imagining and building a future where people, communities, and ecosystems thrive. For a fundamentally new economy to take root, NEC members are working side by side to create deep […]

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Mar

19

CURE Board of Directors looking for qualified candidates!

CURE is looking for qualified candidates to run for seats on the CURE Board of Directors. Eight positions will be up for election. CURE’s 26th Annual Meeting and elections are scheduled for Saturday, April 21st, at the Maynard Community Events Center, 341 Cynthia St., Maynard, MN 56260.   The CURE by-laws state that directors serve […]

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Mar

12

LSP Special Report—“Crop Insurance: A Torn Safety Net”

Federal crop insurance, the Farm Bill’s biggest agricultural program, has transformed from a key safety net for our nation’s farmers to a system that consolidates land ownership, shifts billions of dollars in public funding to large corporations, and harms the land and water. The Land Stewardship Project (LSP) today published a special report on federal […]

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Mar

07

New rules proposed for nitrate reduction in groundwater

  This week Governor Mark Dayton’s office and Minnesota Agriculture Commissioner Dave Frederickson released a new proposal for a groundwater protection measure that aims to reduce elevated nitrate levels in drinking water. This proposal is the result of input gathered from seventeen public meetings across the state that engaged over 1,500 farmers, landowners, and other […]

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