Guest Editorial: Minnesota needs to safeguard its land
The small red dots on a Minnesota map published by a little-known state office are a cause for optimism in an age dominated by a depressing emphasis on short-term gain.
The bright circles represent parcels of vulnerable and valuable land safeguarded so that future generations might enjoy the same glorious natural resources that today's Minnesotans view as a birthright.
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