On January 18th, 2014, Meteorologist Paul Douglas will be the keynote speaker at the Northfield Area Climate Summit, a free community-led information and discussion forum for Northfield area residents, businesses and institutions. The Summit will take place at St. Olaf College and is free and open to the public.
The PolyMet Mining Inc. project is open for public review and input on the Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement (SDEIS). There will be public meetings in Aurora, Duluth and St. Paul. Comments will be accepted at these meetings, as well as by email and mail. Click on the link above for details. Comments will be [...]
2013 MNACP Spring Newsletter We have begun planning for the 2014 Annual Conference – Advocacy and Resource Management – and would like you and fellow conservation professionals to stay engaged with MNACP volunteer activities that continues to focus on communication which brings interested people together to promote Minnesota’s conservation.
MNACP is holding a Special Meeting on Saturday, April 6th, to discuss general business, fill Board vacancies, and begin to plan for the 2014 Annual Conference. We are accepting nominations for several Board positions as highlighted on the Agenda. You may send nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org or better yet, join us at the meeting at [...]
Conservation Science and Public Policy Revisited: an informal discussion Sponsored by: MN Society for Conservation Biology and MN Association of Conservation Professionals The role of conservation scientists in public policy and advocacy is a long-standing debate. It has recently emerged on the opinion pages of the Star Tribune and merits [...]
About MNACPMNACP is an independent association of current or former resource or conservation professionals whose mission is to promote science-based stewardship of natural resources including air, water, land, native plants, fish, and wildlife and to support aquatic and terrestrial ecosystem.
DonateIf you would like to make a Donation to support MNACP for holding forums, workshops, and conferences that brings interested people together to promote Minnesota's conservation, please consider a Contribution to MNACP. Make checks or money orders payable to: MNACP PO Box 174 Little Falls, MN 56345-0174 email@example.com