Aug

07

Sharon Day is CURE’s 2017 RiverKeeper

  Sharon Day champions and protects water in a unique way. Her commitment goes beyond the typical activities of promoting legislation or simply speaking up for issues. She is a lifelong activist whose mission is cultural and spiritual and whose efforts can lead to transformational change. Sharon is a water walker who is carrying forward […]

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Jul

28

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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Jun

26

Water, Women & Democracy Speakers

Faith Spotted Eagle Faith Spotted Eagle is a 70 year old grandmother who lives on Ihanktonwan Dakota Territory (Yankton Sioux) in Southeastern South Dakota. She is a fluent speaker of the Dakota Language and a member of the Ihanktonwan. She has two children. Kip Spotted Eagle is a Dakota Language Instructor and Brook Spotted Eagle is a […]

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Jul

25

Darby & Geri Nelson are CURE’s 2016 RiverKeepers

Darby Nelson is a man as unique as his name, and that’s a good thing. In a recent interview with Darby, his wife and lifelong adventure partner, Geri, joked, “If he had been named Dave I don’t think I’d have married him!” Thankfully, his mother heard another mother calling down the streets of Tower, MN […]

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Apr

08

Brian Wojtalewicz to Be Honored at CURE’s 24th Annual Meeting

The CURE Board of Directors has chosen Brian Wojtalewicz of Appleton, Minnesota, as this year’s RiverKeeper.

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