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By John Michaelson Minnesota News Connection Burning a cleaner fire in that woodstove or fireplace during the winter months is helpful to Minnesotans’ health — and also to the state’s climate, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. A good way to burn the hottest and most efficient f...Read More
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    By Kerry Drager Correspondent Lake Superior is a place of majestic, timeless beauty. It is the largest and greatest of all of Minnesota’s 10,000 lakes. The crisp, cold glacial waters is a source of income for many Minnesotans, but its waves can be more unforgiving than that of the se...Read More
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By Emily Wilmes University of Minnesota Extension A common question I get from farmers and landowners is, “What should I be paying or charging for land rent?” I see two different forms of land rent: cropland rent and pasture rent. We spend a lot of time on education for cropland, but what about ...Read More
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By Dan Martens University of Minnesota Extension A Nitrogen Management Conference will be held on Friday, March 6, at the Best Western and Kelley Inn in St. Cloud on Minnesota Highway 23 next to the Mississippi River. Admission is free through sponsorship by the Minnesota Department of Agriculture i...Read More
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By Kerry Drager Correspondent Few symbols of love and caring have withstood the test of time like that of a bouquet of fresh flowers. A professionally created corsage, boutonniere and bouquet make pleasing gifts. Flowers are not only for ladies. Anybody can enjoy the beauty and aroma that these smal...Read More
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