- Born in Minneapolis and currently residing in Taylors Falls, Hildebrand earned his degree in Environmental Science and Management from the University of Wisconsin – River Falls. An avid fisherman, who once worked as an aquatic invasive species watercraft inspector, his perfect day in Minnesota includes good friends and fishing, which pairs nicely with his favorite place in the state, which he describes as the non-motorized portions of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
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This month, I would like to continue the Local Conservation Champions series by highlighting a different group of dedicated individuals who are continuously working to make sure that the City of Lakeville is a healthy, clean, and environmentally conscious community Continue reading
I like to think that I’m a good steward of our natural resources here in Minnesota and my carbon footprint is small. Continue reading
Through my travels in the southeast metro I’ve been lucky enough to work with great local organizations that are dedicated to conservation and environmental issues in their communities. Continue reading
Throughout these experiences one thing has become very clear to me; a team of volunteers can accomplish more than I ever imagined. Continue reading
We should all be proud of the work being done around conservation here in Minnesota because time and time again we prove that we are trendsetters and national conservation leaders paving the way on a variety of issues. Continue reading
This is a big deal and yet very few people are familiar with the CPP and what it could mean for Minnesota’s health and energy future. Continue reading
“…The good thing about the buffer initiative is the large uniformity that it could bring to water quality here in our state – tens of thousands of acres of potential pollinator habitat, reduced runoff of nutrients and sediment, while also providing flexibility for farmers…” Continue reading
Imagine for a moment – birds are chirping, insects are buzzing, and a river is bubbling with a fresh sound. Continue reading
At Conservation Minnesota we work hard to create strong partnerships that will have lasting impacts on our state when it comes to clean water, renewable energy, and healthy communities. Continue reading
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.