Tonight are Minnesota’s precinct caucuses! If you have never attended a caucus before, you should know that precinct caucuses provide an opportunity to get involved with the party of your choice, get to know your neighbors, and talk about issues that are important to you and your community.
Posts Categorized: Civic Engagement
Instead of maintaining the laws that protect our water and our health, the legislature wants to weaken or roll back these protections! Our elected leaders must not move our state backwards on policies that protect our water, invest in clean energy and protect our health.
Someone tried to take public policy into their own hands here in Duluth, trying a line-item veto on the rules protecting the lovely pine forest of Minnesota Point. It’s not… Read more »
Imagine a squad of cheerleaders shouting out “Give me a T”, and the spectators calling back en masse, “T!!!” And then give them an “M”…and a “D”…and finally a “L”…. Read more »
Give to the Max Day countdown: 6 days to go! Minnesota has come a long way in developing better transportation options: Recommend on Facebook Share on google plus Tweet about… Read more »
What if you could eat all the fish you caught?
Steve Morse joined radio host Nancy Nelson Tuesday, Nov. 1, on AM950 to discuss Legacy Amendment funds for cleaning up our water, and how water pollution is tied to agriculture.
It’s Halloween, and the monstrous creatures haunting Minnesota’s land, air and water are downright spooky!
Since being signed into law on Oct. 18, 1972, the federal Clean Water Act has helped Minnesota and the rest of our nation limit and clean up pollution in our lakes, rivers and streams. Unfortunately, many leaders in Minnesota proved unfriendly to our water during the past legislative session.
The 2012 Living Green Expo, May 5-6 at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds, seeks to present information, resources, services, and products that promote healthier, more ecologically sound lifestyles as well as educate attendees about the environmental impacts of consumer actions and choices.