Montevideo, MN November 14, 2018 — A Minnesota rural advocacy group recently released a report showing that Rural Electric Co-ops (RECs) in Minnesota fall short of providing basic online information for their member-owners. The Rural Electric Cooperative Report Card documents what information is made available to co-op member-owners on the websites of the 43 Minnesota Rural Electric Cooperatives. The report, produced by CURE, can be found on its Minnesota Local Energy Project website at www.mnlocalenergyproject.org.
Montevideo, MN, July 2, 2018 — Join CURE on the banks of the Minnesota River to celebrate our water, honor female leaders, and learn about the roots of democracy! “Water, Women & Democracy” will be held on Saturday, July 28 from 10 am – 10 pm at Wegdahl County Park.
The Art of Caucusing: Training for a Stronger Democracy — CURE’s Rural Democracy Project helps citizens build governing power
Montevideo, MN, January 8, 2018 — How do we make a future that works for all of us? How do we support a people’s agenda—a platform that recognizes and advances the needs and desires of all people to thrive in a healthy and just world? Join CURE’s non-partisan Rural Democracy Project at “The Art of Caucusing: Trainings for a Stronger Democracy” to learn how to caucus and more fully participate in the democratic process. This month CURE is hosting seven trainings throughout west central and southwestern Minnesota.
Montevideo, MN, February 19, 2015 — CURE is proud to announce that our long-standing relationship with the McKnight Foundation will continue through 2015 and 2016. In November of last year, CURE received word that the board of the McKnight Foundation approved a two-year grant to support the organization’s Water Program.
Morris, MN, February 17, 2015 — The Land Stewardship Project and CURE are coming together to co-sponsor a Soil Carbon Challenge presentation and discussion on Saturday, February 21, at the West Central Research and Outreach Center in Morris.
Montevideo, MN, January 23, 2015 — n the 2015 Legislative Session, CURE will be working in partnership with the Clean Energy and Jobs Campaign to move the state legislature to transition our state to clean, renewable energy like wind and solar and improve energy efficiency. CURE is providing transportation and the opportunity for people to meet with their legislators at the State Capital on Monday, February 2.
- 5/13/2014: CURE recognizes excellence in environmental stewardship work
- 5/13/2014: Kylene Olson recipient of CURE’s 2013 RiverKeeper Award for outstanding watershed work