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December 2013

White Cedar

Close your eyes and picture northern Minnesota. Do images of pristine lakes, abundant forests, white tailed deer, black bear and bobcats come to mind? It is that very picture that the Board of Water and Soil Resources (BWSR) is working to protect. Click here to read the article..

White Ceder

WDCP

Minnesota is known for being ahead of the curve when it comes to protecting wetlands. So it only makes sense that the program we use to keep wetland professionals up to speed, the Wetland Delineator Certification Program, is also widely esteemed. Click here to read the article..

WDCP

Academy

Over 350 of Minnesota's natural resource professionals converged on Brainerd, Minnesota during the last week in October with a shared goal: improving their ability to deliver conservation to the citizens of Minnesota. Click here to read the article..

Academy

Frost Aster

Many asters can bloom into October and even November when other plants have gone dormant, providing important energy reserves for pollinators. Our featured plant, "Frost Aster" is mainly found in southern Minnesota but it spreads by wind and can aggressively colonize disturbed sites. As a result, it will likely expand its range with climate change and other landscape disturbances. Click here to read more..

Frost Aster

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