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Coming Soon to a Town Near You

Coming Soon to a Town Near You

One of my favorite things to do as a Community Coordinator with Conservation Minnesota and Audubon Minnesota is to meet and work with all of our great members.

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Rural Kids & Pesticides – Reduce Your Family’s Exposure

Rural Kids & Pesticides – Reduce Your Family’s Exposure

Kids in both rural and urban areas are exposed to pesticides in homes, schools and communities. And it will take more than individual action to better protect the health of these children. Continue reading

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Finding Common Ground to Protect Minnesota Water

Finding Common Ground to Protect Minnesota Water

For about a year, Conservation Minnesota has been at the table with farmers, agribusiness representatives, state environmental agencies and the U of M Extension to talk water with great results. Continue reading

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What Does Transportation Have To Do With Conservation?

What Does Transportation Have To Do With Conservation?

Now I know what you’re probably thinking, “That’s great John, but what exactly does transportation have to do with conservation?” Well the answer is: quite a lot! Continue reading

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Maplewood’s Unlikely Conservation Hero: The Mall

Maplewood’s Unlikely Conservation Hero: The Mall

When you look at a shopping center do you see the potential to save 20 million gallons of water a year? Well, check out Maplewood Mall and then maybe you will. Continue reading

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A Whole Foods Diet Reduces Exposure to Chemicals

A Whole Foods Diet Reduces Exposure to Chemicals

A diet rich in whole foods will provide good nutrition, reduce exposure to chemicals in food packaging and help protect the body against routine chemical exposures. We need the food we eat to nurture our body, not harm it. Continue reading

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Is Minnesota Power On The Same Page With Its Duluth Customers?

Is Minnesota Power On The Same Page With Its Duluth Customers?

Conservation Minnesota is supporting efforts of Duluth residents, along with local and statewide organizations, to ensure people in Duluth and MP’s service area have a true community solar garden option that benefits customers and the community, not just a solar service that MP benefits from by providing it as an option to ratepayers. Continue reading

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Hidden Scents in Our Products and the Great Lakes

Hidden Scents in Our Products and the Great Lakes

I’m betting you’ve never heard of galaxolide. Galaxolide is a little known chemical that is very likely in your body and in your home. It’s a synthetic ingredient that gives perfumes and colognes a musky scent. Continue reading

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Solar Issue Heating Up in Saint Peter

Solar Issue Heating Up in Saint Peter

The turnout at a recent meeting to discuss potential solar fees showed the strength of the community’s support for more renewable energy. Continue reading

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The Sun Does Shine on Minnesota

The Sun Does Shine on Minnesota

There have been a lot of headlines coming out of the South Metro recently talking about communities offsetting high utility bills with clean and affordable renewable energy. Continue reading

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