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Prioritizing flood erosion funds

Read the latest updates about how we will help distribute funds for erosion damage from the June storm. It's not too late to call us to report damage. Also, check out the slideshow sampler from our site visits. All on our new Flood 2012 webpage.

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EQIP farm & forestland project funds

Do you clear buckthorn, thin red pine, or grow organic food for your family? Under EQIP, you may be eligible for funds to help plan, implement, and maintain these forms of good land stewardship. Read more here.

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Two new faces in our Duluth office

tim beaster doing flood site visit matias along Keene Creek

Tim Beaster and Matias Valero joined our office this summer, just in time for extra field work from the June floods. Tim brings his local watershed knowledge from years with Community Action Duluth's Stream Corp. Matias transitioned from summer intern to full-time technician, having received his Environmental Engineering degree from U of M last spring.

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'Forests in Focus' contest closes Oct. 15

Forests in Focus photo contest

This is your last chance! Comb through the season's photos, and snap a few more to submit to our 'Forests in Focus' photo contest. You can win great prizes and some fame, too! Read all about it, and get snappin'.

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Restoring the Soil video conference

"Restoring the Soil Resource: Insuring for Resiliency and Profits" will be held September 21, 8:30 - 4:00, via video-feed at Fond Du Lac College in Cloquet. Only $35 if you register by Sept. 14. More at www.landstewardshipproject.org/events

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