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Proposed Fertilizer Rule Not Enough to Protect Drinking Water

Proposed Fertilizer Rule Not Enough to Protect Drinking Water

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture has proposed a new rule to adopt mandatory requirements to prevent nitrate contamination in groundwater. While the proposed rule is a step in the right direction, we must do more to protect our state’s drinking water. Continue reading

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No One in SE Minnesota is Buying the ‘Mystery’

No One in SE Minnesota is Buying the ‘Mystery’

When thousands of fish in the Whitewater River were killed last summer. While there was no ‘smoking gun’, it’s no mystery to the true stewards of SE Minnesota. Continue reading

Posted on by Anna Richey | Posted in Lakes, Rivers and Water | Tagged , , | 4 Comments
Here Comes the Sun in Edina

Here Comes the Sun in Edina

As the west metro community coordinator, one of the most exciting things for me is to know Edina is helping lead the way by working to install one of the first new community solar gardens in the state. Continue reading

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Conservation Minnesota Responds To Governor’s Roll Back Of Buffers Law

Conservation Minnesota Responds To Governor’s Roll Back Of Buffers Law

“The decision by the governor and House Republicans to roll back a portion of the state’s buffer legislation was a truly disappointing development.” Continue reading

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Water, water everywhere in Minnesota — but it needs help

Water, water everywhere in Minnesota — but it needs help

Cleaning up our precious rivers, lakes and streams will require big, broad goals. Continue reading

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Behavior strategies to spur energy action

Behavior strategies to spur energy action

The Behavior, Energy, and Climate Change (BECC) conference is an annual event focused on understanding how we make decisions around energy usage and climate change. Continue reading

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The Power of a Conservation Community

The Power of a Conservation Community

In Rochester, the successes of the last year are the result of diligent, cooperative work by Conservation Minnesota and our allies. Continue reading

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On Bee-ing Minnesotan

On Bee-ing Minnesotan

Minnesotans are the bee’s knees when it comes to protecting pollinators! Continue reading

Posted on by Julie Drennen | Posted in Featured Stories, Weather and Climate | Tagged , , | 1 Comment
Meet Your State Legislators – It’s Important!

Meet Your State Legislators – It’s Important!

Part of our mission here at Conservation Minnesota is to turn your love for Minnesota’s Great Outdoors into the laws that protect it. One way that you can help us with our mission is to let your state representative and senator understand that conservation issues are important to you, your community, and our state. Continue reading

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A Tale of Three Cities

A Tale of Three Cities

Minneapolis, Rochester, and Paris: viewed together, they underscore a shared value in local action that drives global change: Change a light bulb, change the world. Continue reading

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