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Cover of March-April 2014 issue of Minnesota Conservation Volunteer magazine showing a pair of ram's-head orchids

 

 

Spring Renewal

With the March–April 2014 issue of Minnesota Conservation Volunteer you'll dig into history with archaeologists at Vermilion—Minnesota's newest state park. Naturalists young and old will marvel at wild native orchids and learn to identify the state's 14 species of frogs and toads by sight and sound. Readers will also discover what researchers in northern Minnesota are learning about spruce grouse and get an in-depth look at rare prints by John James Audubon.

Published six times a year, Minnesota Conservation Volunteer keeps readers like you informed about the state's woods, waters, wildlife, and conservation efforts. To sustain our conservation mission, we ask you—readers in every household, business, and organization—to make an annual tax-deductible contribution.

Celebrate spring by renewing your support for Minnesota Conservation Volunteer today.

Thank you!

 

 


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