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Column: Within Warner Nature Center, pristine lakes and wildlife corridors

Updated: Sep 25, 2019

Posted in the Gazette by Angie Hong

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“Dear Loyal Supporters, I’m writing to inform you that the Warner Nature Center will be closing and winding down operations by the end of the year.” With those words, Alison Rempel Brown, President and CEO of the Science Museum of Minnesota, broke the news to staff and volunteers that a 52-year tradition will be coming to an end. Warner is the oldest nature center in Minnesota, and has inspired thousands of children and adults to study and protect the woods and waters in our area. The property is also home to pristine lakes, wildlife corridors, and countless natural treasures. ....

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