Facing a $6.2 billion budget gap, some state legislators are eying a tempting pot of money in the state’s Legacy funding, the $548 million in sales tax money dedicated by a constitutional amendment to preserving Minnesota’s natural resource and arts and cultural heritage.
Archives for February 2, 2011
On some refuges crops are planted as food for waterfowl and other wildlife. In Minnesota a common use of farming is to prepare land before restoring it to native vegetation.
the Minnesota Department of Education is looking for help feeding low-income kids during the summer. Department officials have put out a call for organizations willing to sponsor the 2011 Summer Food Service Program.