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Sustaining Our Work With Hope

Sustaining Our Work With Hope

I have the kind of hope that comes from witnessing ordinary, yet extraordinary, Minnesotans who give of their time, expertise, and energy to ensure future generations can experience the beauty and bounty of our state. Continue reading

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A Boy and His River

A Boy and His River

Imagine for a moment – birds are chirping, insects are buzzing, and a river is bubbling with a fresh sound. Continue reading

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Planning Your Community’s Conservation Future Starts With You

Planning Your Community’s Conservation Future Starts With You

Summer is an important time in many local communities to start planning how to address conservation issues in the future. Continue reading

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Who Will Go Further: Duluth or Rochester?

Who Will Go Further: Duluth or Rochester?

What’s better than a little friendly competition between cities and colleagues? Continue reading

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Summer 2016 Newsletter: An Agricultural Water Hero: Dave Legvold

Summer 2016 Newsletter: An Agricultural Water Hero: Dave Legvold

An early adopter of buffer strips, grass waterways, and no-till farming techniques, Legvold is always looking for opportunities to learn new tactics to protect the land and air as well as the water that runs through his farm. Continue reading

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Summer 2016 Newsletter: PolyMet: Unanswered Questions

Summer 2016 Newsletter: PolyMet: Unanswered Questions

Will the state of Minnesota follow its own rules that prohibit mines requiring long-term treatment of polluted water after closure? Continue reading

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Summer 2016 Newsletter: The Buzz About Pollinators

Summer 2016 Newsletter: The Buzz About Pollinators

During Minnesota’s 2016 Legislative Session, Conservation Minnesota supported several pollinator friendly bills to reduce pesticide overuse and to address habitat loss along roadways. Continue reading

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Summer 2016 Newsletter: Keeping the Clean Water Promise

Summer 2016 Newsletter: Keeping the Clean Water Promise

As May came to a close and most Minnesotans started thinking about summer, elected officials at the state capitol wrapped up this year’s Legislative Session. Continue reading

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Lead and Other Brain Toxins Still a Problem

Lead and Other Brain Toxins Still a Problem

Many chemicals to which kids are exposed every day are implicated in learning and behavioral problems and neurodevelopmental disorders like ADHD and ASD. Continue reading

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What’s Your Story?

What’s Your Story?

Working for the protection of our beautiful natural areas can be tough, but a good story can get you through it, and inspire others. Continue reading

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