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Western Monarch Count

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HOW MANY MONARCHS? ONE...TWO...THREE...

A new web site is launched to support volunteers counting monarchs in California -- and new energy is brought to monarch conservation in the United States thanks to a memo from the president.

Knowing how many monarch butterflies there are and where they overwinter is vital information that shapes protection efforts. Monarchs ranging from British Columbia to Arizona migrate primarily to the California coast, where they overwinter in wooded groves scattered from San Diego to Mendocino. The Western Monarch Count is an annual citizen-science project that collects data on the status of these monarchs during the overwintering season. Xerces has launched the Western Monarch Count web site to support this effort and help coordinate the count.

The height of this volunteer effort occurs during three weeks surrounding the Thanksgiving holiday. Those three weeks are starting now -- and you could join in! Roughly 100 overwintering sites are monitored each year, but we know of approximately 450 sites that monarchs are currently using or have used in the past. With your help we can monitor more sites and paint a clearer picture of the status of this vital monarch habitat. The new website allows volunteers to find sites to monitor, read information about those sites, and contact regional count coordinators. The project will also use social media to enable volunteers to connect with each other and share count information.

In the last year, a revived energy has been brought to monarch conservation in North America -- in large part due to President Obama issuing a memorandum that directs U.S. government agencies to do what they can to protect the butterfly. Xerces has been protecting monarchs since the 1980s, placing us in a good position to help. Through the Monarch Joint Venture, Xerces is helping the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Mexican agencies revise the tri-national North American Monarch Conservation Plan. We are also assisting other federal agencies to develop monarch conservation strategies (including the U.S. Geological Survey and the U.S. Forest Service) and collaborating with NatureServe to complete a status review of the monarch in North America.

But don't worry if you are not able to help count monarchs this fall, there are still things you can do to conserve monarchs:


  • Help map milkweed. Each spring, monarchs leave the California coast and disperse across several western states, searching for milkweed plants on which to lay their eggs. We are also searching for milkweed plants and creating maps of likely monarch breeding areas. You can help with this by contributing to the Milkweed Survey in spring and summer.

  • Plant native milkweed. This can be in your backyard, at your workplace, or at your school. Find sources of local, native milkweed seed in your state using our Milkweed Seed Finder.

  • Plant native flowers. Monarchs need nectar to provide energy to migrate, breed, and overwinter. For information about which flowers to plant, visit the Bring Back the Pollinators web page.

  • Avoid using insecticides and herbicides. These may kill butterflies or caterpillars, or kill the plants that monarchs use for nectaring or breeding.

  • Get involved in another citizen science project. The Western Monarch Count web site has a directory of projects in other parts of the continent.

  • Support the Xerces Society's monarch conservation efforts.

Fall/Winter Call of the North Newsletter

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The Call of the North Fall Winter 2014.pdf is the quarterly newsletter of the North Country Trail Association for North Dakota & Minnesota.

Nov. Mississippi Messages

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FMR BIDS A FOND FAREWELL TO DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR HEATHER HAYNES

After 12 years of outstanding service to Friends of the Mississippi River, Development Director Heather Haynes is moving on.

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NOW HIRING: DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT

FMR is seeking a seasoned and creative development professional with a passion for protecting and restoring the natural environment and its waterways, a person who wants to use their leadership, experience and energy to grow the organization and increase its impact.

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KEEPING INVASIVE CARP OUT OF THE GORGE

It's not too late to stop invasive carp from getting into the Mississippi Gorge, but Lock #1 (also known as the Ford lock) needs to be kept closed as much as possible. That's why the Stop Carp Coalition is urging the Army Corps of Engineers to limit service at Lock #1 to "by appointment only" when the Upper St. Anthony Falls Lock closes next year.

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THANK YOU TO THIS YEAR'S 2,341 FMR VOLUNTEERS!

As the snow begins to fall we'd like to thank everyone who helped restore habitat and improve the health of our local waters this volunteer season. We are pleased to report that approximately 2,341 people contributed 6,677 hours to help the Mississippi River at some 96 FMR volunteer events in 2014 -- an increase of 20% over 2013! Thank you everyone, and please keep telling your friends about us!

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PRAIRIE RESTORATION AT SPRING LAKE PARK RESERVE

Eighteen acres of native prairie and savanna restoration will be revealed at Spring Lake Park Reserve next summer.

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CALL FOR MINNEAPOLIS YOUTH GROUPS!

FMR is excited to expand our volunteer stewardship work to include most of the Minneapolis riverfront. Building on our successful Gorge Stewards initiative, we've greatly increased our volunteer stewardship opportunities north of St. Anthony Falls. Do you know of a youth group in North or Northeast Minneapolis that cares about the river? Let us know!

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DOWNTOWN MINNEAPOLIS RIVERFRONT PARK PLAN NEARS COMPLETION

A new master plan has been drafted for Saint Anthony Falls Regional Park, previously known as Minneapolis's Central Mississippi Riverfront Regional Park. FMR has been actively involved throughout the planning process and we would like you to help us support this great plan. Please comment during the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board's 45-day comment period scheduled to occur from December 4, 2014 to January 18, 2015.

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NEW STUDY FINDS AGRICULTURE DRAIN TILES TO BE A MAJOR SOURCE OF PHOSPHORUS POLLUTION

It has long been known that phosphorus pollution from farm operations makes its way to our state's waters, sometimes helping feed toxic algal blooms like the one in Lake Erie this summer.

New research concludes that agricultural drain tile systems export far more of the phosphorus pollution than previously believed. The results show that drain tile systems accounted for 47% of the total phosphorus discharge to their watersheds.

These new findings suggest that reducing agriculture's share of phosphorus pollution to the Mississippi River will require meaningful efforts to address both field runoff and drain tile pollution.


Calendar of Events

LANDSCAPE FOR THE RIVER: NATIVE PLANTS, RAINGARDENS, LAWN CARE FOR WATER QUALITY (+ WINTER TIPS)
Thursday, December 4 -- 6-7 p.m.
Wilder Center, Midway (near the Green Line), St. Paul

Whether you're interested in a smaller native planting or want to transform your whole yard into a force for clean water in 2014, this FMR workshop can help you jump-start your spring planning. We'll also touch on ways to make your yard river-friendlier this winter. Taught by FMR's former River Stewardship Coordinator Adam Flett, the presentation receives rave reviews from participants, who also appreciate the high-quality and concise take-home materials.

Capacity is limited and registration required. Learn more on the event page, or sign up now with Amy at akilgore@fmr.org or 651-222-2193 x31.

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Phenology
NOVEMBER: THE CHANGLING

Atomically speaking, the month starts out slow and then peters out all together.

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Resource of the Month
DISPOSING OF MEDICATIONS PROPERLY HAS MULTIPLE BENEFITS

Getting rid of your pharmaceuticals properly can take an extra step or two, but that's far better than flushing your pills. Our wastewater treatment systems aren't designed to filter out pharmaceuticals, and after being released back into the environment, our ecosystems feel the effects.

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Supporting FMR
FMR HAS A $10,000 CHALLENGE GIFT TO EARN BEFORE DECEMBER 31!

One of the most exciting things about being in development at FMR is that we get to watch the increasing community support for our work. Some of our most energized donors have stepped up again this year to offer a $10,000 challenge gift to encourage year-end giving and help FMR do more for our river and our community! If you contribute now, your support will be matched dollar for dollar!

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Quote of the Month

"The nation behaves well if it treats the natural resources as assets which it must turn over to the next generation increased, and not impaired in value."

- Theodore Roosevelt

Nov. The LEAFlet

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Your Online Source for K-12 Forestry Education News, Stories and Resources can be viewed here.

Fall Water Resources News

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From Shore to Shore Newsletter

Greetings Shoreland and Water Quality Steward!

The Fall issue of the "From Shore to Shore" newsletter is now posted on the website for you to view and/or download. To access it, please go to: http://shorelandmanagement.org/shore_shore/

This issue includes the following articles:
Small Town, Big Project: Reducing Pollutants Entering the Blue Earth River
Green Infrastructure for Clean Water: Costs & Benefits to our Communities
What's being done about Asian Carp?
Low Salt Diet: What is Nine Mile Creek Doing
SNAPSHOTS: Water Resources Team Programming & Research - Recent Past & Upcoming Opportunities

Please feel free to share the newsletter with others; reproduce articles for other newsletters (please credit "From Shore to Shore" as the source); and submit shoreland and water quality articles, pictures of projects, upcoming local events, and suggestions for topics for upcoming issues. Your input and feedback are always welcome!

If you have difficulty accessing the website, please let me know. Also, please notify Heidi Olson-Manska, olsonh@umn.edu, if your email address changes. If you wish to unsubscribe to this newsletter, please send an email to olsonh@umn.edu with "Unsubscribe to From Shore to Shore" in the subject line.

Karen Terry, Extension Educator-Water Resource Team
University of Minnesota Extension
Regional Office, Morris
WC Research/Outreach Ctr.
46352 State Highway 329
Morris, MN 56267

Voice: 320-589-1711
Fax: 320-589-4870
Email: kterry@umn.edu
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2014 Lake Friendly Awards Winners Announced

The Lake Friendly Awards Committee proudly announced the 2014 Lake Friendly Award Winners at a Brainerd Area Environmental Learning Network-sponsored event on October 9, 2014. This was the 12th consecutive year of recognition of lake friendly activities by citizens and collaborations of organizations to protect our area water resources.

Winners were selected in several categories this year as follows. In the category of Lake Friendly Stewardship, Margaret Blistain and Peter Berg were recognized for shoreland restoration to native vegetation on Bay Lake in Crow Wing County. For Lake Friendly Protection Strategy, Crow Wing County and Dan Steward were recognized for the innovative 2013 Crow Wing County Water Plan. The Water Plan created a methodology to prioritize protection and restoration implementation efforts for the county. This plan provides opportunity to measure and quantify implementation efforts. Also in the category of Lake Friendly Protection Strategy, the Army Compatible Use Buffer Program, Camp Ripley Area, was recognized for protecting the rural character of Morrison, Crow Wing and Cass counties. Their partnership has maintained and improved water quality and habitat along the Mississippi, Crow Wing, Gull and Nokasippi rivers.

In the category for River Stewardship, the Brainerd Rotary Club, was recognized for their efforts in protecting land from development along the Mississippi River including wetlands downstream from Buffalo Creek. They purchased the land and donated it to the City of Brainerd which will maintain it as a park with trails and wildlife viewing.

John Allen, Bar Harbor on Gull Lake in Cass County, was recognized in the category of Lake Friendly Lakescaping for installing a shoreland buffer and rain gardens. Also in the category of Lake Friendly Lakescaping, Charles and Julie Costa were recognized for their work in restoring shoreland on Lake Ossawinnamakee in Crow Wing County by adding two rain gardens and a shoreline buffer on their property.

At this event, honors were given in memory of Alan Cibuzar, Chief Executive Officer, A.W. Research Laboratories (1971-2014) and Image Engineering, Inc. (1981-2014). Mr. Cibuzar dedicated his life and work to sustaining the quality of Minnesota lakes.

The awards event was also highlighted by an engaging presentation by Paul Radomski, author of Lakeshore Living: Designing Lake Places and Communities in the Footprints of Environmental Writers. Radomski shared facts about the impacts on our lakes and strategies for maintaining clean water and healthy water resources into the future.

Partners for the Lake Friendly Awards include Brainerd Lakes Area Audubon Society, Crow Wing County Lakes and Rivers Alliance, Crow Wing Soil and Water Conservation District, Jerry Raedeke, Minnesota Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Nongame Wildlife Program, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources consecutive year of recognition of lake friendly activities by Section of Fisheries, The Nature Conservancy and the University of Minnesota Extension.
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Source: Eleanor Burkett, Extension educator/specialist in water resources, U of M Extension Regional Office, Brainerd, MN (218)828-2326, burke044@umn.edu.


Discovery Farms Minnesota helps farmers protect water quality and soil fertility

Discovery Farms in Minnesota are capturing real-world data on water run-off from Minnesota farm fields.

Read more at: http://minnesotacornerstone.com/?p=2327


Column: Imagine how it could be

How clean do we need our lakes and rivers to be before we're satisfied we've accomplished our goals? Is it enough that they don't catch on fire, or do we hold the bar a bit higher? Early in the morning, beneath a blanket of stars, it's easy to dream big and imagine things as they could be.

Read more at: http://stillwatergazette.com/2014/11/06/imagine-how-it-could-be/


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Events Calendar


Flux32 - Introductory
Date: November 19, 2014
Location: Chanhassen, MN
Contact: Shahram Missaghi
952-221-1333, miss0035@umn.edu

Flux32 - Advanced
Date: January 14, 2015
Location: TBD
Contact: Shahram Missaghi
952-221-1333, miss0035@umn.edu

32nd Annual Red River Basin Land & Water International Summit Conference
Date: January 20-22, 2015
Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba
Contact: Leah Thvedt
leah@redriverbasincommission.org

Shoreland Buffer Basics
Date: February 5, 2015
Location: Windom, MN
Contact: Karen Terry, 218-770-9301,
kterry@umn.edu

Partnership for River Restoration & Science in the Upper Midwest Symposium
Date: February 8-11, 2015
Location: Dubuque, Iowa
Contact: Barbara Heitkamp
bkb0811@umn.edu

Linking Land Use and Water Quality
Date: March 25 or 26, 2015
(same workshop each day)
Location: Fulda, MN
Contact: Karen Terry, 218-770-9301,
kterry@umn.edu

Let It Rain: Using Rain Gardens & Rain Barrels
Date: May 29, 2015
Location: Windom, MN
Contact: Karen Terry, 218-770-9301,
kterry@umn.edu


For the most current calendar items and more details, visit http://www1.extension.umn.edu/environment/water/

Nov My Minnesota Woods

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Check out the lasted issue of My Minnesota Woods here.

Nov Northland Arboretum Newsletter

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Below is the link to our November ArbLINK newsletter. Simply click on the link and it will take you to our November Newsletter. If you are not a member of the arb yet, PLEASE consider becoming one today

*** Give to the Max Day
Minnesota is home to Give to the Max Day, a 24-hour online give-a-thon. Visit https://www.givemn.org/organization/Paul-Bunyan-Arboretum on November 13 and give to the Northland Arboretum. (If you are eager, you can actually start donating on November 1.)

Your donation on Give to the Max Day also may help us receive an additional donation of $1,000. How? On November 13, every gift made on GiveMN.org will be entered into an hourly drawing for a $1,000 GiveMN Golden Ticket to be awarded to a non-profit organization. That adds up to 24 opportunities for you to help us receive an extra $1,000!

Here's the really exciting part: At the end of the Give to the Max Day, one donation made on GiveMN.org will be randomly selected to receive a $10,000 Super-Sized GiveMN Golden Ticket. The more gifts we generate on GiveMN.org on November 13, the more our chances increase to receive that additional $10,000 donation. Imagine what we could do with $10,000!

*** PLEASE NOTE: The Northland Arboretum Visitor Center will be closed November 27 and 28 so our employees can enjoy a wonderful Thanksgiving with their families.

*** Our Compost Site will remain open Monday through Friday from 8 am to 4 pm through November 14th.
Please be sure to stop by the visitor center when bringing your leaves and grass clippings as our compost site has been moved.

*** DONATIONS:
Cleaning out your house and garage? Remember the Arboretum as you go through items - they can be dropped off any time Monday through Friday from 8 am to 4:30 pm. You will receive a letter showing your donation for your use as you prepare you taxes.
We can use the following:
ANY items that are like new that would make great silent auction items. We have silent auctions at a couple of our fundraisers throughout the year.
ANY items for garden use - including tools, power tools, tractors, mowers, etc. Please be sure that these items are usable and do not need a lot of work - we don't have the fund to repair broken motors, etc.
ANY tools and power items - these are used by our maintenance team. Anything from hammers and nails to welders and masks. If you are not sure, give us a call!
CRAFT ITEMS - including things like buttons, sea shells, paper, beads, sequins - again, if you are not sure, give us a call!
As always - your cash donation helps us out on purchasing items for the Visitor Center and Grounds!

Nov. SEEK Bulletin

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Find the latest news for Minnesota's environmental education community here.

Oct Mississippi Messages

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FMR Updates


MAKING OUR HOMES RIVER-FRIENDLY, FALL FMR WORKSHOPS

Our recent rain barrel workshop quickly reached capacity, but we still have three free fall workshops to help you make your home river-friendly inside and out! Capacity is limited and early registration highly encouraged.

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RSVP FOR NOV. 1ST, OUR FINAL OUTDOOR EVENT OF THE YEAR!

Join us Saturday, November 1, 9:30-11:30 a.m. in the beautiful bluff-top prairie and oak woodlands above the river in Cottage Grove. Volunteers are needed to help FMR staff remove invasive species, such as buckthorn and honeysuckle. No experience is required and all supplies (pizza included!) will be provided. Learn more and sign up via the event listing, or contact Amy Kilgore at akilgore@fmr.org for details and directions. We look forward to hearing from you!

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ACT TODAY! SUPPORT THE EPA'S WORK TO PROTECT U.S. STREAMS AND WETLANDS

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is accepting comments on their draft Waters of the U.S. rule - a clarification of the Clean Water Act. Tell the EPA that you support their efforts to protect our nations streams and wetlands today!

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ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL "EVENING CELEBRATING THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER"!

Friends of the Mississippi River held our 13th annual "Evening Celebrating the Mississippi River" on October 1, 2014 at the Weisman Art Museum - overlooking the great river we are all working to protect. The evening was a success on many accounts, and we are very grateful to everyone who helped make it a success. For photos, numbers and more, read on!

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OCTOBER IS REI MONTH AT FMR!

In recognition and appreciation for the individuals and families who also support our work, REI is offering special benefits during the month of October.

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THANK YOU FOR A YEAR OF ACTION TO STRENGTHEN THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER RULES

FMR has called on activists to write letters, sign petitions, attend trainings and meetings, and send formal comments to the DNR over the past year. We would like to extend our thanks to nearly 2,000 FMR advocates that acted to better our river for future generations. Read on for what's next in the Mississippi River Corridor Critical Area (MRCCA) rulemaking process.

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RESTORATION OF COTTAGE GROVE'S RIVER OAKS PARK IS UNDERWAY

Restoration of the city of Cottage Grove's River Oaks Park has started. This park's primary ecological feature is a small (half-acre) remnant Bedrock Bluff Prairie. The vista of the Mississippi River, from the bluff prairie, is sweeping and gorgeous.

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Mississippi River News
VIKINGS KICK IN ANOTHER $500K FOR AMENITIES, BUT NOT FOR BIRD-SAFE GLASS

The Vikings are paying another half-million for upgrades including an eighth elevator and additional food stands, but refuse to upgrade to bird-friendly glass for their new stadium. Due to its location in the Mississippi Flyway and towering glass wall, Audubon Society and many others, including the Minneapolis City Council, expect the new stadium to be a death trap for birds.

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Calendar of Events
HELP US WITH A BIG MAILING

Tuesday, October 21 and/or 28 -- 9:30-11:30 a.m.
FMR Headquarters, Robert & 5th, Downtown St. Paul

We have a big mailing that we need last-minute volunteer help to get out the door. Let us know if you can help Tuesday the 21st or the 28th! (Sign up for one or both.) We'll provide the pizza and sodas!

Capacity is limited and registration required. Learn more on the FMR calendar listings, or sign up now with Amy at akilgore@fmr.org or 651-222-2193 x31. (Be sure to let her know which night(s) you're committing to.)

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MAKE YOUR HOME RIVER-FRIENDLY

Wednesday, October 22 -- 6:00-7:00 p.m.
Dakota County Western Service Center (next to Galaxie Library), Apple Valley

Join FMR Stewardship Coordinator Adam Flett to learn about practices and small projects you can take on inside your home -- be it a mansion or a small apartment -- to significantly improve your water footprint. We'll quickly cover the basics, touching on both well-known lessons and lesser-known tools to help you figure out the most effective steps to take to make your home river-friendly.

Topics include the biggest water users in your house or apartment (both direct and indirect usage), where to take leftover prescription drugs, alternatives to household products containing triclosan and other river polluters.

Capacity is limited and registration required. Learn more about this free Vermillion Stewards event on the event page, or sign up now with akilgore@fmr.org or 651-222-2193 x31.

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T-SHIRT GIVEAWAY AT REI IN BLOOMINGTON -- LAST CHANCE!

Saturday, October 24 -- 3:00-7:00 p.m.
REI Bloomington, 750 American Blvd W, Bloomington, MN 55420

Throughout October, FMR and REI are celebrating their longstanding partnership with special member benefits. One of these perks, is a complimentary REI "Steward 2014" t-shirt ($20 value) for individuals that are both REI and FMR members. T-shirts will be available only for pick-up on the date provided above. Additionally, when picking up your t-shirt you can enter to win a light-weight REI Passage 2 Tent -- it's great for backpackers. Come out and join us on October 24th from 3:00-7:00 p.m. at REI Bloomington. T-shirts available while supplies last. Only one per member please. Contact John Briel, Development Associate, with questions at jbriel@fmr.org.

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BLUFF PRAIRIE AND OAK WOODLANDS INVASIVE SPECIES REMOVAL

Saturday, November 1 -- 9:30-11:30 a.m.
3M Cottage Grove facility natural area

Join us in the oak woodlands and bluff prairie near the Mississippi River, part of a natural area owned by 3M-Cottage Grove being restored in partnership with Friends of the Mississippi River. Alongside FMR Ecologist Joe Walton and River Stewardship Coordinator Adam Flett, volunteers will learn about, explore and then help restore the woodlands and prairie by hauling cut brush, primarily buckthorn, and removing honeysuckle. This will immediately create openings for the return of native plants that benefit our local wildlife and waters. No experience is required and all supplies will be provided.

Capacity is limited and registration required. Learn more on the event page, or sign up now with Amy at akilgore@fmr.org or 651-222-2193 x31.

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LANDSCAPE FOR THE RIVER: NATIVE PLANTS, RAINGARDENS, LAWN CARE FOR WATER QUALITY (+ WINTER TIPS)

Tuesday, November 4 -- 6:00-7:00 p.m.
Schaar's Bluff Gathering Center, Hastings

Whether you're interested in a smaller native planting or want to transform your whole yard into a force for clean water in 2014, this FMR workshop can help you jump-start your spring planning. We'll also touch on ways to make your yard river-friendlier this winter. Taught by FMR's former River Stewardship Coordinator Adam Flett, the presentation receives rave reviews from participants, who also appreciate the high-quality and concise take-home materials.

Capacity is limited and preregistration required. Learn more on the event page, or sign up now with Amy at akilgore@fmr.org or 651-222-2193 x31.

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LANDSCAPE FOR THE RIVER: NATIVE PLANTS, RAINGARDENS, LAWN CARE FOR WATER QUALITY (+ WINTER TIPS)

Thursday, December 4 -- 6-7 p.m.
Wilder Center, Midway (near the Green Line), St. Paul

Whether you're interested in a smaller native planting or want to transform your whole yard into a force for clean water in 2014, this FMR workshop can help you jump-start your spring planning. We'll also touch on ways to make your yard river-friendlier this winter. Taught by FMR's former River Stewardship Coordinator Adam Flett, the presentation receives rave reviews from participants, who also appreciate the high-quality and concise take-home materials.

Capacity is limited and registration required. Learn more on the event page, or sign up now with Amy at akilgore@fmr.org or 651-222-2193 x31.

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Phenology
RARE FALL MIGRANTS

Mid to late fall can be a rewarding time to see rare birds in the Twin Cities.

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Supporting FMR
PLEASE SUPPORT FMR'S IMPORTANT WORK!

If you've read this month's Mississippi Messages down to this point, you are well aware not only of what FMR has accomplished but what we still need to accomplish. And to do that, we need your support. Your gift in any amount today will help us accomplish more for your river and your community. And if you are able to consider a sustaining, monthly gift - the impact will really add up! If you value the work that we are doing, please make a gift today. Thank you!


Quote of the Month

"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower."

- Albert Camus

Oct Headwaters Science Center News

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You can read the latest news from the Headwaters Science Center here.

Sept-Dec Maplewood Parks & Rec Brochure

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Wellness, Arts, & Fun for Everyone!

Check out the Fall edition of the brochure listing upcoming events here.

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