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Stewardship in Action

Stewardship Youth Rangers: Reflecting on the Summer of 2017

Since 2013, The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF), Shooniyaa Wa-Biitong and the United Native Friendship Center have partnered to form the Stewardship Youth Ranger-Ogimaa Binesiiyog Shared Youth Program. The Youth Rangers finished another successful year in the Rainy River District; the 2017 season allowed youth aged 16-18 to participate in exciting work…

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Like Frogs?

Saturday, June 24, 2017 was wet and rainy but 32 people from Cook County ventured out to learn about frogs. An amphibian expert taught the group about frog calls, frog identification, learning why frogs are declining in numbers and learning how frogs can be indicators of water quality. Following inside activities, the group ventured outside…

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WRAPS Series: No. 1 – Rainy River Headwaters

This is a watershed shared almost equally between Canada and the U.S., the majority of it being undeveloped and utilized for timber production, hunting, fishing, hiking and other recreational opportunities. In 2014, Minnesota‚Äôs intensive watershed monitoring 10-year cycle began here and was completed in 2015. The MPCA and its partners monitored dozens of lakes and…

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