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For a big crew of volunteers Saturday, there was no better way to celebrate Earth Day than to add some trees to the earth right in their backyard.
As combines started rolling and harvest season 2016 began, the Minnesota Corn Growers Association (MCGA) unveiled an ambitious new plan to help Minnesota’s corn farmers become the most sustainable and environmentally responsible farmers in the United States.
In its 21 years, Great River Greening has worked primarily on wildlife habitat restoration, marshaling 39,000 community volunteers to help restore 18,000 acres of Minnesota prairies and forests.
Come help plant 700 trees and 1100 perennials on Earth Day April 22 in Wayzata.
Minnesota's beloved bald eagles are returning to the state over the next few weeks, earlier than historical norms.
Here are some timely Earth Day tips from Great River Greening.