- Born in Minnesota, Hildebrand earned his degree in Environmental Science and Management from the University of Wisconsin – River Falls. He has an extensive background in canvassing and organizing. 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, the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
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At Conservation Minnesota, we value our partnerships. Whether it’s with a local organization or a large nonprofit, we all need to work together to protect Minnesota’s Great Outdoors.
Through their hard work and dedication to the health of their community, just last month, the City Council has approved Environment and Sustainability Task Force operations for the next two years.
Being outside, experiencing the sights, sounds, and smells of Minnesota, connecting with family and friends, and catching a nice fish – There’s no better feeling in the world.
It’s been great to discover that Conservation Minnesota can play an important role in helping to establish these commissions in communities where we work.
Aquatic and terrestrial invasive species threaten our Minnesota way of life by creating barriers for us to enjoy the Great Outdoors.
If the weather is fair, you have your certified viewing glasses on hand, and you’re out enjoying a beautiful Minnesota summer day on Monday, August 21st, take a moment to look up and enjoy the eclipse!
We are a unique state with a unique character and if anyone can get the job done right, it’s Minnesotans.
It’s estimated that Dakota County has saved tax payers $900,000 in 2016 alone as a result of their volunteer programs for everything from pulling invasive species to being a Master Recycler/Composter.
Elected officials need to hear from their constituents regarding conservation issues throughout Minnesota and in your community.
Water is something that connects us as Minnesotans. You can see this through our pride of being the state of 10,000 lakes.