The MNACP Board is concerned that unjustified conclusions generated from limited studies or statements by two University of Minnesota scientists is being systematically used in a way that threatens to set back recent progress toward understanding and solving water quality problems in Minnesota. Letter to MN Department Heads
The 4th Annual Workshop and Meeting of the Minnesota Association of Conservation Professionals will be Friday, February 25, 2011 at Camp Ripley Military Training Center, just north of Little Falls. This will be a one day workshop from 8:30 am – 3:30 pm with a MNACP business meeting to follow. Registration is $25 […]
About MNACPMNACP is an independent association of current or former resource or conservation professionals whose mission is to promote science-based stewardship of natural resources including air, water, land, native plants, fish, and wildlife and to support aquatic and terrestrial ecosystem.
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