You’ll soon have a chance to weigh in on the DNR’s draft plan to guide state and regional parks and trails Legacy Amendment funding for the next quarter century. The plan will be available for review and public comment starting early next month.
Archives for November 2010
For 2009, rental prices increased almost 9 percent. For a typical southern Minnesota farmer renting all the land he farms, that meant another $150,000 in costs.
I’ve wondered who on Earth wanted to live on an island in the harbor.
Fargo Moorhead Symphony Orchestra Music Bernard Rubenstein says the upcoming season will be his last with the FMSO.
Professor Russ Colson won the 2010 U.S. Master’s Universities and Colleges Professor of the year.
The University of Minnesota Crookston is using a $550,000 federal grant to create a
Center for Rural Entrepreneurial Studies.
A man who knows as much about Minnesota farm soils as anyone is retiring at the end of the year. For almost 40 years, Gyles Randall has worked at the University of Minnesota’s Southern Research and Outreach Center in Waseca. The professor’s official title is soil scientist, but he’s been much more than just an Read more →
The Peoples Press provides non-partisan research, education and training. One of the goals is to increase access to information and support local voices that lack access to media.
Mark Steil, who covers Southwest Minnesota for Minnesota Public Radio News, talks about important stories on his beat during Morning Edition with Cathy Wurzer
Clearwater County is looking to get out of the health care business. The county has owned and operated a hospital, clinic and ambulance service in Bagley for decades.