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Links 1 through 10 of 24 by matt sorenson tagged Conservation

The first speech features DNR Commissioner Mark Holsten. He said this generation must rise to the challenge of proving that constitutionally dedicated funding for clean water, forests, prairies, and fish and wildlife habitat was revolutionary, visionary and a worthy thing to support. This will take courage, he said, because status quo will need to change.

Jim Martin, director of conservation for the Berkley Conservation Institute, was the keynote speaker. He delivered a powerful message on the realities of climate change, population growth, development, and conservation strategies that deal address what’s truly important rather than merely urgent.

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The Conservation Fund is the nation’s foremost environmental nonprofit dedicated to protecting America’s most important landscapes and waterways for future generations. The Conservation Fund pioneers a balanced, non-advocacy, non-membership approach to conservation, one that blends environmental and economic goals and objectives. Since its founding in 1985, the Fund has helped its partners safeguard wildlife habitat, working farms and forests, community greenspace, and historic sites totaling more than 6 million acres nationwide.

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The North Central Lakes Cooperative will again offer a lake-friendly series of 15 Lake Waves radio spots and print articles this summer. The articles/spots will be sent every Friday morning between May 18 and August 31.

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Waterfowl biologists are using satellites to track the spring migration of 16 lesser scaup to discover the cause of this species' 20-year decline in the Mississippi River Flyway.

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“We have an incredible public fishing resource in Minnesota,” said Ron Payer, DNR fisheries section chief. “To help anglers take advantage of this, the DNR has produced a number of publications that show public access points, shore fishing opportuni

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The Lights Out Twin Cities project is encouraging city, state and privately owned buildings to turn off non-necessary lighting during peak migration hours during spring and fall.

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The plan establishes a minimum population of 1,600 wolves to ensure the long-term survival of the wolf in Minnesota. The state's wolf population, estimated at fewer than 750 animals in the 1950s, has grown to its current estimate of 3,020. There will be n

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Fire is a natural part of both forest and grassland ecology and controlled fire can be a tool for foresters. Controlled burning stimulates the germination of some desirable forest trees, thus renewing the forest.

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Prairie Sportsman espouses the outdoors lifestyle that we feel must be passed on to the next generation. Our mission is to try to pass on a way of life that sustains us and relieves our stress to the next generation.

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Quarterly PDF Newsletter from Conservation.org

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