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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).

 

 

 

 
Land Trust Accreditation Commission    Charities Review Council


 

Interest for Others  Guidestar Platinum

 

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

Thursday
Jul052012

Helping to Keep Duluth Green

We just got word today that the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation has approved a $10,000 grant from the Community Opportunity Fund for Minnesota Land Trust work on its "Advancing Duluth's Greenspace Network." This grant will help continue our work with the City of Duluth as it determines what greenspace/openspace is essential to the city and how it should be protected. With more than 10,000 acres of public green space, Duluth is among the cities with the most greenspace per capita in the country, including places like Missoula, Bellingham and Fort Collins.

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Monday
Jul022012

Protecting nature nearby - Valley Creek project in Afton

Valley CreekWe are thrilled to announce another great land protection success -- this time is an important watershed just 20 minutes east of downtown St. Paul.  Working with the Belwin Conservancy and private landowners, we've protected a 49-acre property along Valley Creek in Afton.  The property is now protected by a conservation easement, co-held by the both MLT and Belwin, and protects over 2,000 feet of Valley Creek shoreline including essential spawning grounds relied upon by three self-sustaining populations of trout.

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