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  • On the Road NW with Climate Minnesota: Local Stories, Community Solutions
    Spring has arrived in the Northland and it was clear as the Climate Minnesota team travelled north to west and south again.  The trees are budding and the spring peepers are peeping in the ponds. The ice is close to out on Lake Bemidji and the winds of spring blew…
    Written on Thursday, 16 April 2015 19:31 Read 154 times Read more...
  • Climate Lesson Update - April 2015
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    Calling all formal and informal educators! Join us for our 10th annual Summer Institute for Climate Change Education. You will hear from Frank Niepold, Will Steger, Ben Santer, and other experts in climate science and climate change education. We also have some special tracks to offer.
    Written on Thursday, 02 April 2015 19:18 Read 258 times Read more...
  • We are writing a new curriculum!
    We are pleased to announce to our friends and supporters the upcoming release of our new curriculum: Next Generation Climate. In September of 2015, the Will Steger Foundation will be releasing a brand new curriculum that uses the Next Generation Science Standards as a framework!
    Written on Thursday, 02 April 2015 19:02 Read 206 times Read more...
  • Mike’s Climate Story, as told to Katie Siegner
    Cold weather has rarely stopped Minnesotans from going about their lives, and these days University of Minnesota-Duluth assistant professor Mike Mageau is proving that it also doesn’t have to stop fresh produce from growing year-round. Mike Mageau, assistant professor of Environment and Sustainability and Director of the Center for Sustainable…
    Written on Thursday, 26 March 2015 21:51 Read 321 times Read more...
  • DeAndra's Climate Story
    Having moved around many times as I grew up, I have been exposed to the humidity and heat of the low south and the artic temperatures of the high north. Even though I planted shallow roots in each of these places, I quickly got to know local people and deeply…
    Written on Monday, 23 March 2015 18:18 Read 411 times Read more...

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