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DateMediaCalendarCalendar, direct post from FMRAdvertising not purchased by FMRTotal impressions estimate; live links belowLink to online PDF or radio or video fileNotesProgram(s)Topic, park or natural areaFunders mentionedContent type: advertising, feature, feature (front) [front-page, lead story and/or home page], calendar, commentary, LTE, editorial, listing [FMR buried but mentioned, for example in list of groups funded by REI], online onlyMedia type: print, print and online, online only, radio (on-air), TV (on-air)Audience or scope: metro community or town, major metro, national, state, international, niche (non-geographic)
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01/03/2019MPR Newshttps://www.mprnews.org/story/2019/01/03/walz-minnesota-environment-health-commissionershttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1T0RvR9O9VPkJ7O1ImAPqOzdsGfBCcG9j/view?usp=sharing"Incoming Gov. Walz shapes his environmental, health teams": Congratulations to former FMR board member Sarah Strommen on her appointment as Commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources by Governor-elect Tim Walz. Strommen has more than 20 years of natural resources experience. Our executive director, Whitney Clark, says, "I think that Sarah will bring a real listening, consensus-building kind of a style to the agency." (Executive Director Whitney Clark is quoted.)
Board member and MN DNR
Sarah Strommen - former board member as MN DNR CommissionerOnline, radio
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01/03/2019The Daily Journal - Fergus Fallshttps://www.fergusfallsjournal.com/2019/01/gov-elect-walz-selects-7-commissioners/https://drive.google.com/file/d/17xEcRRcqT0YUl9h_Sbnbe_5CCumwbve7/view?usp=sharingRepublication of "Incoming Gov. Walz shapes his environmental, health teams" as "Gov. Elect Walz selects seven commissioners"Board member and MN DNRSarah Strommen - former board member as MN DNR Commissioner
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01/04/2019Fox 9http://www.fox9.com/news/a-little-gross-shutdown-leaves-restrooms-in-disarray-on-st-croix-riverwayhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1aqdK8aFyq6gZjguBjLYl4TicnRpN5jcX/view?usp=sharingThe early-2019 government shutdown took its toll on Minnesota's national parks, as park rangers were furloughed at St. Croix National Scenic Riverway and Mississippi National River and Recreation Area. (Executive Director Whitney Clark is quoted.)Government shutdownMNRRA
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01/16/2019Star Tribunehttp://www.startribune.com/minneapolis-don-t-squander-this-development-chance-at-the-upper-harbor-site/504453192/https://drive.google.com/file/d/1yoLeCs84ej7pMnGZkJPu5dgI4SdBKI9_/view?usp=sharingMinneapolis, don't squander this development chance at the Upper Harbor site' commentary co-written by Whitney Clark and Paul Bauknight: As the Minneapolis City Council is poised to adopt a redevelopment plan for the Upper Harbor Terminal site in North Minneapolis that benefits private interests far more than public, we call for a more equitable planning process and a project plan that prioritizes community well-being and access to the river for all.River CorridorUpper Harbor TerminalOpinion ExchangeOnline (maybe also print?)
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01/22/2019MPR Newshttps://www.mprnews.org/story/2019/01/22/vote-on-mpls-riverfront-plan-delayedhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1rBC_RNr_hA4cu-Yh9-a0EuqLgFJ5ms1f/view?usp=sharingVote on Minneapolis riverfront plan delayed' by Gabriel Kwan. Citing concerns about the financial security of a development partner, the Minneapolis City Council voted to delay their decision about the Upper Harbor Terminal redevelopment plan by two weeks. FMR Executive Director Whitney Clark is quoted calling for the plan to not only be delayed, but changed.River CorridorUpper Harbor TerminalOnline only?
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02/04/2019Lillie Newshttp://lillienews.com/articles/2019/02/04/community-asked-help-create-new-lake-phalen-muralhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1ERAZxz7IHIeKL6UjomH7jjGdadtjoDki/view?usp=sharing"Community asked to help create new Lake Phalen mural" In partnership with Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District, FMR has contracted with local artist Liv Novotny to create a water quality mural at Lake Phalen this summer. Novotny will collaborate with the community to envision and carry out the artwork, starting with a meeting this February. Youth Coordinator Kate Clayton quoted.Youth/Stewardship/EducationWater qaulity mural at Lake Phalen
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02/05/2019KSTP Newshttps://kstp.com/news/minneapolis-community-gives-input-on-proposed-riverfront-development-of-the-upper-harbor-terminal/5232859/?cat=1https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gI_aGV7vhgwlIDkG5S2KG2Zweao2pQl3/view?usp=sharing"Minneapolis community gives input on proposed riverfront development of the Upper Harbor Terminal" Coverage of the community input meeting held by Minneapolis City Council Members shows community members, including FMR Executive Director Whitney Clark, calling for more time and a more inclusive planning process.River CorridorUpper Harbor Terminal
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02/07/2019Pioneer Press
https://www.twincities.com/2019/02/07/letters-its-been-a-truck-route-for-a-long-time/
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1sRzao1KGCT-d8Duwbt1c7N85JtvzOt7F/view?usp=sharing"The source of the problem" Letter to the editor by Thomas Hunter, Cottage Grove, comments on the Lake Pepin USACE dredging and island restoration project and news coverage. He cites the State of the River Report to bring up the larger problem of agricultural erosion and sediments clouding the Minnesota, then the Mississippi rivers.State of the River ReportWater qaulity issue: erosion via agriculture on the Minnesota River
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02/21/2019KUNChttps://www.kunc.org/post/electric-cars-shift-mainstream-corn-belt-begins-ponder-post-ethanol-future#stream/0https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Xik37bBlGJ0extKXEgcuki34BMxmd9j5/view?usp=sharing"As Electric Cars Shift Into Mainstream, The Corn Belt Begins To Ponder A Post-Ethanol Future" by Amy Mayer; Perennial and alternative crops won't just be good for wildlife and water quality; as electric cars shift the market away from corn grown for ethanol, rural economies and farmers can transition to these different crops. Water Director Trevor Russell is quoted.WaterAgricultural policyOnline (not sure if aired on radio)Colorado
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02/26/2019Patchhttps://patch.com/minnesota/saintpaul/calendar/event/20190423/506266/pledge-to-pull-garlic-mustard-at-crosby-farm-parkhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1FvmnlzR_7PrKD-ly6yNOOUC3KWX79VAK/view?usp=sharing4/23 Pledge to pull garlic mustard at Crosby Farm ParkStewardshipCrosby Farm Regional ParkCalendar
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02/26/2019Patchhttps://patch.com/minnesota/invergroveheights/calendar/event/20190501/507124/pledge-to-pull-garlic-mustard-knapweed-at-pine-bend-bluffs-snahttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1UVhOfco9MUkSF9BPSAy0dhbLDbOzbM96/view?usp=sharing5/1 Pledge to pull garlic mustard/knapweed at Pine Bend Bluffs SNAStewardshipPine Bend Bluffs SNACalendar
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02/28/2019Hastings Star Gazette(in print)https://drive.google.com/file/d/1MiXIDkiVnWRieHFVHdxpgSKYXT_ByJ7j/view?usp=sharingMinnesota Water Action Day (events writeup in Outdoors section)WaterWater Action Day
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03/01/2019Kare 11https://www.kare11.com/article/news/upper-harbor-terminal-development-moves-forward/89-968533d0-7fe6-41c6-ab0a-e8bfd04a2edchttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1e0AHYK3FRfH3s4Pbtk1e0utsOKh2y9XZ/view?usp=sharing"Upper Harbor Terminal development moves forward" by Boyd Huppert: Minneapolis City Council voted to approve the Upper Harbor Terminal concept plan. FMR joined a rally in opposition to the plan prior to the vote. Our new River Corridor Director Colleen O’Connor Toberman is quoted.River CorridorUpper Harbor Terminal
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03/05/2019Star Tribunehttp://www.startribune.com/minnesota-gov-tim-walz-signs-his-first-bills-one-aimed-at-car-tab-fix/506714942/https://drive.google.com/file/d/1U298DaZjGV4UVY98Snlojec6DUKL1bYo/view?usp=sharing"Breaking an environmental impasse, Gov. Tim Walz signs Minnesota bonding bill" by Greg Stanley and J. Patrick Coolican: Legislative leaders and Gov. Tim Walz agree to a funding fix that gets shovels in the ground as soon as possible for worthy projects while preserving the citizen-driven Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund voters created 30 years ago. This essentially reverses the fund raid from last year's legislative session. Executive Director Whitney Clark is quoted.WaterENRTF
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3/12/2019Hastings Star Gazettehttps://www.hastingsstargazette.com/community/nonprofits/4583483-uwh-awards-annual-grants-local-organizationshttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1ajU7X8q8W3W64bvccu2L7bht2_HSQHzm/view?usp=sharingUWH awards annual grants to local organizationsUnited Way of Hastings
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3/16/2019Star Tribunehttp://www.startribune.com/minnesota-s-new-dnr-commissioner-cool-hand-for-a-hot-seat/507251392/https://drive.google.com/file/d/1MLjb8jNyBWDLUMtip4Px-qnQmltEoNjC/view?usp=sharing"She also served on the board of Friends of the Mississippi River, a prominent environmental group." And WC quoted.Sarah Strommen, former board member appointed as head of DNR
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