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10 Cities Campaign: Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge

Tucked behind the Mall of America and close to the Minneapolis/Saint Paul Airport is a gateway to what seems like another world. It’s hard to believe that one can leave a large indoor retail space and minutes later be in a quiet natural area, where bald eagles fly and walking the wilderness trails make you feel like you’re hundreds of miles away from anything. Even in a state that prides itself on its public lands, Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge stands out.

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Festivals Inspire Conservation of Monarchs

Monarch butterflies are one of the most recognized insects in all of the United States. They are also one of the longest travelers, traveling thousands of miles during their migrations from Mexico, across the United States, and then to Canada. …

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