Events/Photos

MCF Members participate in wide range of events nationally and statewide to promote sound conservation policy.

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Clean Water Rule Fly-in: from left to right: Natalie Warren (Izaak Walkton League – MN Valley Chapter, Wild River Academy, and Paddle Forward), Senator Amy Klobuchar, Elsa Litecky (Minnesota Conservation Federation), and Maureen Davis (Izaak Walton League – Bush Lake Chapter).

Here are some highlights from our work!

Conservation advocacy in D.C.!

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Clean Water Rule fly-in: from left to right: Elsa Litecky (Minnesota Conservation Federation), Maureen Davis (Izaak Walton League – Bush Lake Chapter), Senator Franken, and Natalie Warren (Izaak Walton League – Minnesota Valley Chapter, Wild River Academy, and Paddle Forward).

MCF Past President, Keith Bloomstrom visiting with Senator Amy Klobuuchar

Aid Peter Frosch, US Representative Betty McCollum, Nancy Sutley Environmental Council to the President of the United States, John Goss Asian Carp Czar.

U.S.G.S Office dealing with Asian Carp issues

White House staff working on restoring the gulf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

National Wildlife Federation

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Dr. Doug Inkley (NWF), and Keith Blomstrom (MCF past president) at the NWF annual meeting last spring

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Speakers at a Save the BWCA event in Minneapolis, 2015. From left to right: Jason Dinsmore (NWF), Collin O’Mara (NWF), and Gary Botzek (MCF).

State/Regional Issues

John Goss talks about Asian Carp with Gary Botzek, MCF Executive Director  - July 2, 2012

 Local Projects

Fish Cribs in Lake Pepin: a joint project between the MN DNR and the Lake City Sportsmen Club, an MCF member.

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Lake Pepin: Lake City, MN

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Lake Pepin: Lake City, MN

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Lake Pepin: Lake City, MN

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Lake Pepin: Lake City, MN

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Lake Pepin: Lake City, MN

 Memorials

Dave Moran Memorial Event!

Scholarships

Don and Roz Gunderson Scholarship winners: Johnathan Protivinsky and Joseph Hoffman with Executive Director Gary Botzek!