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US House Overwhelmingly Approves Permanent Reauthorization of Major Conservation Program
Upper Mississippi River Program

Major Conservation Program Permanently Reauthorized

— If you have ever enjoyed a public park or natural area, you likely have the Land and Water Conservation Fund to thank.
Audubon Minnesota in Action
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Audubon Minnesota in Action

Priorities for the 2019 Legislative Session

Luis Ramirez
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Luis Ramirez, Director of Conservation

Audubon Minnesota has hired a new Director of Conservation

Water Action Day to be held at Minnesota State Capitol on April 10, 2019
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Water Action Day - April 10

— Advocate for clean water in Minnesota at the State Capitol
Gov. Mark Dayton and Audubon proclaim 2018 the Year of the Bird
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Gov. Mark Dayton proclaims 2018 Year of the Bird

— Audubon members in Minnesota have come together to highlight everyday actions that help migratory birds
Audubon Minnesota applauds Xcel for requiring solar proposals to disclose vegetation details
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Audubon Minnesota applauds Xcel

— Audubon encourages the use of native plants on solar sites
240 Acres of Important Bird Habitat Now Permanently Protected in Northwest Minnesota
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240 Acres of Habitat Now Permanently Protected in Northwest Minnesota

— Many declining bird species will benefit from the conservation easements
Future conservationists flaunt bird and water wisdom
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Future conservationists flaunt bird and water wisdom

Audubon Minnesota is encouraging conservation through education and outreach

Audubon and National Park Service Predict Big Changes for Birds in a Warming World
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New Study Predicts Big Changes for Birds in a Warming World

— America’s national parks could see an influx of newcomers and the departure of familiar species by 2050
More Than 500 Conservation Groups in All 50 states to Urge Congress to Defend Bird Protection Law
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More than 500 Organizations Defend Bird Protection Law

— The century-old Migratory Bird Treaty Act is under attack

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