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Summer 2015 Newsletter: You Made a Difference!

Summer 2015 Newsletter: You Made a Difference!

Because of you, we were able to make important steps forward this year… Continue reading

Posted on by Paul Austin | Posted in Legacy Amendment, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Weather and Climate | Tagged , , | 2 Comments
Summer 2015 Newsletter: #BeerSavesLakes

Summer 2015 Newsletter: #BeerSavesLakes

We’ve partnered with Coors Light, all proceeds will go to protect our Minnesota waters. Continue reading

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Summer 2015 Newsletter: Protecting Minnesota

Summer 2015 Newsletter: Protecting Minnesota

We believe it’s common sense that sulfide mining companies like PolyMet be required to design mines using the best technology for protecting the health of Minnesotans and our waters. Continue reading

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Summer 2015 Newsletter: Protected from Toxic Chemicals

Summer 2015 Newsletter: Protected from Toxic Chemicals

Steve Shapira has been a firefighter for over 17 years. Today, he is fighting his own battle with non-Hodgkin’s B-cell lymphoma. Continue reading

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Pollinator Protection: Moving Forward in Minnesota

Pollinator Protection: Moving Forward in Minnesota

In response to declining pollinator populations, 4 Minnesota cities have passed bee friendly resolutions. Is your city on the list? Continue reading

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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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It’s a bird!  It’s a plane!  Nope, that’s Jupiter.

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! Nope, that’s Jupiter.

One of my favorite outdoor activities to do in Minnesota is observing our beautiful night sky with my telescope. Over the years I’ve had the opportunity to check many events and celestial objects off of my “wish list”. Thankfully, one … Continue reading

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Meet Jim Blake…Whitewater Adventurer and CM Volunteer

Meet Jim Blake…Whitewater Adventurer and CM Volunteer

Meet Jim Blake, lifelong canoeing and kayaking enthusiast! He already has 47 paddling trips under his belt this year and is just getting started. Continue reading

Posted on by Jackie Halberg | Posted in Featured Stories, Lakes, Rivers and Water, Weather and Climate | Tagged , , | 4 Comments
Community Solar is Heating Up in Scott County

Community Solar is Heating Up in Scott County

Minnesota, regulators have given the green light to build the Aurora Solar Project on 21 sites throughout Minnesota that will supply electricity straight into the grid relieving stress from traditional power plants during peak hours of use. Continue reading

Posted on by Avery Hildebrand | Posted in Energy and transportation, Featured Stories | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment
The Minnesota River Wasn’t Always Like This

The Minnesota River Wasn’t Always Like This

I’m a little skeptical of the “well, it’s always been like that” sorts of argument. Continue reading

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