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Sep

05

Our Most Important Work

Introducing the next generation to conservation is Our Most Important Work. We never want to become a pest, the invasive species in your life, but we need your help – money to do this work. While we have been lucky to have ongoing support for our major programs, money to connect with young kids and high school and college students is harder to come by – and the 2014-2015 program year is just starting!

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Aug

20

“Waters of the US” Public Comment Period Extended

Tweet On March 24, the EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers proposed a rule to clarify “waters of the United States” under the Clean Water Act. According to the Clean Water Act, “waters of the US” are subject to regulation, which means that, among other things, point source polluters must obtain a permit prior […]

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Aug

20

Cedar Summit Farm Prevails in CapX2020 Transmission Battle

“People need electricity; we realize this,” Florence Minar said. “But it’s just a matter of fairness. And if you have to buy a farmer out, give them a fair payment so he can go set up somewhere else without fighting about it, or without telling him he doesn’t deserve it.” Post by Duane Ninneman, Executive Director and the Director of Climate & Energy.

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Aug

06

Groundwater 101: Why Should I Care?

This is the third part in a multipart series called Groundwater 101. Groundwater 101 provides the foundation for a good working understanding of groundwater—the source of drinking water for 75% of Minnesotans. Post by Ariel Herrod, Watershed Sustainability Program Coordinator.

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