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Press Release: The Nature Conservancy Receives Recognition For Effective Use Of Legacy Funds

Press Release: The Nature Conservancy Receives Recognition For Effective Use Of Legacy Funds

Conservation Minnesota and Minnesota Citizens for the Arts will recognize The Nature Conservancy on Monday for the impact the organization is having statewide utilizing funds provided by the Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment. Continue reading

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Press Release: Twin Cities Public Television Receives Statewide Recognition For Effective Use Of Legacy Funds

Press Release: Twin Cities Public Television Receives Statewide Recognition For Effective Use Of Legacy Funds

TPT’s MN Original program is funded by a grant from the Arts and Culture Fund of the Legacy Amendment. Continue reading

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Press Release: Three Rivers Park District Receives Statewide Recognition For Effective Use Of Legacy Funds

Press Release: Three Rivers Park District Receives Statewide Recognition For Effective Use Of Legacy Funds

Conservation Minnesota and Minnesota Citizens for the Arts will recognize The Three Rivers Park District this evening for the impact the organization is having statewide utilizing funds provided by the Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment. Continue reading

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Conservation group touts Rochester survey results

A majority of Rochester residents surveyed support the city’s efforts to increase the use of renewable energy and promote alternatives to cars, according to Conservation Minnesota Continue reading

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Maxed out?

Maxed out?

Hey! Max the Moose one last time. While my new keyboard is really awesome, I have broken a few chairs and got stuck in the elevator for nearly an hour today.  And the office plants I bought to replace the … Continue reading

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A Message from Max: I need a truck load of ficus

A Message from Max: I need a truck load of ficus

With the money you donate to us on Give to the Max day, Conservation Minnesota has a whole bunch of really exciting plans.

Things like… Continue reading

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A Message from Max: What Max Really Needs

A Message from Max: What Max Really Needs

Hey! I’m Max, the new Wildlife Coordinator at Conservation Minnesota.  As you may have heard, my biography page on our website has been getting tons of hits lately, and we were really struggling to figure out why. But thankfully, a … Continue reading

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CM Press Release: Survey Of Rochester Residents Finds Growing Interest In Energy Issues

A survey of Rochester Residents conducted by Conservation Minnesota found a clear interest among respondents at finding ways be more deliberate with the city’s energy choices. The full results of the study will be presented at tonight’s Rochester Energy Commission meeting. Continue reading

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CM Press Release: Minnesota Land Trust Receives Statewide Recognition For Effective Use Of Legacy Funds

The Minnesota Land Trust will be recognized at its annual meeting on Saturday by Conservation Minnesota and Minnesota Citizens for the Arts for the impact the organization is having statewide utilizing funds provided by the Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment. Continue reading

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Mining Truth Press Release: Of 50,000+ Public Comments  98 Percent Oppose PolyMet

Mining Truth Press Release: Of 50,000+ Public Comments 98 Percent Oppose PolyMet

MINNEAPOLIS – Late last year, the state of Minnesota asked the public for its input on the ongoing environmental review and permitting process of the proposed PolyMet copper nickel mine near Hoyt Lakes. In all, 52,887 people and organizations took … Continue reading

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