March 25, 2014 
 
 
CURE's River History Weekend is back this year, and it will take on a new look as we combine it with CURE's 22nd Annual Meeting. There will be three days full of activities, presentations and networking opportunities. Check out the full schedule of events here. Additional activity details will be added soon. 
 
 
 
 
Three Director positions are up for grabs in this year's election at CURE's 22nd Annual Meeting and Celebration.  The meeting and election are scheduled for Saturday, May 3rd at Bootleggers Supper Club in Granite Falls.  Director's terms run for two years.
 
 
On a Monday evening, 10 Millennials and a Baby Boomer gathered in a church basement.  It sounds like a bad joke, but the refurbished church basement was home to CURE staff Sarina Otaibi, and the Millennials and Baby Boomer had come together for a pretty serious focus group on transitional leadership and social change.
 
 
Post by Sarina Otaibi & Ariel Herrod.

Chippewa River Watershed Project's Annual Meeting
Thursday, March 27, 5 PM to 9 PM
Starbuck Community Center, Starbuck, MN
 
"The CRWP Annual Meeting this year will focus on soil health, and how it is the foundation for a healthy and sustainable watershed. Don Reicosky, the keynote speaker, will provide attendees with a strong understanding of soil's role within our communities. As a bonus, CRWP's annual meetings consistently provide great food and good company for those who attend."    - Kylene Olson, Executive Director, CRWP.
 
RSVP today to Jennifer at 320-269-2139 x 120 or [email protected]. For more information, visit www.chippewariver.org.
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Tuesday, April 22, 
5:15 PM to 6:30 PM.

River History Weekend & CURE's 22nd Annual Meeting. Granite Falls. Weekend of May 1st through the 4th. 

In the News...

"Soil as Carbon Storehouse: New Weapon in Climate Fight?," by Judith D. Schwartz, Yale Environment 360.




"Minnesota solar industry enters boom phase," by David Shaffer, Star Tribune


"Cover Crops workshop draws crowd," by Julie Buntjer, Daily Globe.

Events within our network...
Chippewa River Watershed Project's Annual Meeting
Thursday, March 27
5PM to 9PM

Starbuck Community Center Starbuck, MN
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Saturday, April 26, 2014Volunteers will guide birders around Salt Lake, Big Stone Refuge and the lakes, wetlands, and native prairies around Lac qui Parle and southern Big Stone counties.  
Free and open to all who are interested. No pre-registration is needed. 
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Minnesotans Protecting Our Lakes and Rivers 
May 1 - 2, 2014 
Cragun's in Brainerd, MN

 

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