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Minnesota Land Trust

Minnesota Land Trust, a nonprofit 501(c)(3)

 2356 University Avenue West, Suite 240

Saint Paul, MN 55114

Phone: 651-647-9590

1-877-MLT-LAND

Email: mnland@mnland.org

 

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Located on the Green Line, across the street from Raymond Station. On bus routes 16, 21, 63 and 67. Nice Ride location across the street, available seasonally. Parking available on the south side of the building and on the street (metered).

 

 

 

 
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Interest for Others  Guidestar Platinum

 

Clean Water Land and Legacy Amendment Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund

Friday
Aug032012

Our neighbors at Spirit Mountain and their work towards sustainability

We were delighted to see an article recently in the Duluth News Tribune about Spirit Mountain’s efforts towards sustainability. We're neighbors: our Radio Tower Bay restoration project on the St. Louis River sits almost directly below it. And, because Spirit Mountain Chalet is the host site of our 2012 Treasured Places celebration on September 8, we’ll enjoy our picnic lunch even more knowing that it will be prepared and served with sustainable practices in mind. Be sure to mark your calendar for our fun and informative event, which includes a boat tour of the St. Louis River and a hike on the Superior Hiking Trail. Better yet, click on the link directly to the right and sign up today!

Monday
Jul232012

Loons and a heron near Ely

Our Regional Conservation Director, Fitz Fitzgerald, slid out onto Mitchell Lake last night and took these shots of his winged neighbors.  Loons (gavia immer) build their nests close to the water, in fact, their breeding habitat consists of inland lakes that have an abundant population of fish and a large proportion of undeveloped shoreline and in an area of little or no high speed boat traffic. Mitchell Lake fits this description to a "T".

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