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  Minnesota (U.S.)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
A center design is contained on the white emblem and is made up of the scenes from the great seal of the state of Minnesota, surrounded by a border of intertwining Cypripedium reginae, the state flower, on a blue field of the same color as the general flag background.
In the area within the inside border is the portrayal of an 1858 Minnesota scene made up of various illustrations that serve to depict a settler plowing the ground near the falls of St. Anthony while he watches an Indian on horseback riding in the distance.
The cultivated ground and the plow symbolize the importance of agriculture in Minnesota.
fotw.vexillum.com /flags/us-mn.html   (1667 words)

  
 Boundary and Government Restructuring
The township was geographically twice the size of the typical township and was not unified on a plan for development and vision for the township.
For example, a township and city may agree that development in the area may result in the need for additional space for the city to expand or for city services to be extended to areas of the township.
Townships may also be dissolved and the land is either absorbed by a neighboring township or townships or becomes unorganized territory of the county.
www.extension.umn.edu /distribution/citizenship/components/6541_06.html   (12838 words)

  
 Summary of Drinking Water Protection Activities - Minnesota Dept. of Health
Minnesota became one of the first states to achieve primacy, and to begin regulating public water supply systems at the state level, in 1976.
Minnesota established primacy in 1976 by adopting regulations in the state that were at least as stringent as the national standards and implementing a monitoring and inspection program.
Minnesota has put together a system under which it has been able to issue the necessary information for the reports for all systems (approximately 960) that are required to do this.
www.health.state.mn.us /divs/eh/water/com/dwar/report04.html   (8140 words)

  
 Otter Tail County Minnesota Genealogy MnGenWeb Homestead Township
The citizens residing in the unorganized congressional townships now embraced within the civil townships of Homestead, Butler, Pine Lake and Corliss presented a petition to the county commissioners on July 26, 1880, asking for the organization of this territory, twelve miles square, into one civil township.
This is one of the few townships in the county without any lakes, although thirty years ago there were at least two lakes which appeared on the county map one in section 9 and the other in section 18.
Bluff creek arises in the eastern part of the township and flows in a southerly direction leaving the township in the center of section 35.
www.jsenterprises.com /ottertail/townships/homestead.htm   (458 words)

  
 Welcome to the Breezy Point Police Department
He came to the Breezy Point Police Department in May 1998 and currently is a certified firearms instructor and responsible for the department’s firearms training.
Prior to joining the Breezy Point Police Department, Officer Garcia served the Brainerd Area as a paramedic with North Ambulance, and as a police officer with the Crosslake Police Department.
He is employed full-time by the Minnesota DNR Forestry division since 1978 and currently serves as the statewide Forestry Enforcement Coordinator.
www.breezypointpolice.com /bio.html   (727 words)

  
 NPWRC :: Regional Landscape
White pine and red pine were common co-dominants on the well-drained, low sand ridges of the lake plain, especially near the Lake Michigan and Lake Huron shorelines.
Hemlock and white pine were also common co-dominants, often where the drainage conditions were slightly poorer than where white pine and red pine grew together.
Mixed stands of white pine and red pine appeared to be the forest type most impacted by the fires.
www.npwrc.usgs.gov /resource/habitat/rlandscp/s7-6-3.htm   (1507 words)

  
 Pine Point township, Becker County, Minnesota (MN) Detailed Profile
Pine Point township, Becker County, Minnesota (MN) Detailed Profile
Back to: Becker County, Minnesota (MN), All US cities.
54% of Pine Point township residents lived in the same house 5 years ago.
www.city-data.com /township/Pine-Point-Becker-MN.html   (100 words)

  
 Minnesota Local History and Genealogy Research Guide
Neighboring Minnesota counties include: Itasca county to the north; St. Louis, Carlton, and Pine counties to the east; Kanabec and Mille counties to the south; and Morrison, Crow Wing and Cass counties to the west.
Neighboring Minnesota counties include: Isanti county to the north; Chisago and Washington counties to the east; Ramsey and Hennepin counties to the south; and Sherburne and Mille Lacs counties to the west.
Neighboring Minnesota counties include: Roseau and Lake of the Woods counties to the north; Koochiching and Itasca counties to the east; Hubbard and Cass counties to the south; and Clearwater, Pennington and Marshall counties to the west.
home.att.net /~Local_History/Minnesota-COUNTY.htm   (5089 words)

  
 Six Easy Paddle Trips: Minnesota Conservation Volunteer: Minnesota DNR
Minnesota has plenty of good routes to pick from, whether you're an expert or beginner.
The lakes are rock-ribbed and windy, bound by cliff and outcrops.
The Pine isn't renowned as a fishing stream, though it is likely to hold any number of species that might swim up from the Mississippi.
www.dnr.state.mn.us /volunteer/mayjun99/paddle.html   (2342 words)

  
 Otter Tail County Minnesota Genealogy MnGenWeb Perham Township & Perham Village
The beginning of Perham township dates from March 19, 1872, at which time it was organized under the name of Marion Lake township (township 136, range 39).
This township lies in the Red river basin and is drained by waters of that river.
The Red river enters this township on the east in the southeastern part of section 13 and meanders south through sections 24, 25 and 36 where it leaves the township in tile extreme southeastern corner.
www.jsenterprises.com /ottertail/townships/perham.htm   (1049 words)

  
 St. Paul Pioneer Press | 08/27/2006 | Bicycling Minnesota
Those miles will create a 125-mile trail, eclipsed only by another Minnesota trail system — the 130 miles of the Paul Bunyan and Migizi with the Heartland, which was one of the first paved bicycle trails in the nation when it opened in 1977.
In Mankato, the trailhead is on Minnesota 22, near its junction with U.S. The lakes are pretty but shallow; in late summer, they generally are full of algae, making swimming unpleasant.
The next 14½ miles, through gorgeous Jay Cooke State Park, along the St. Louis River and downhill to the Duluth trailhead, in front of the Lake Superior Zoo, may be the most scenic stretch of trail in the state, 1-888-263-0586, www.munger-trail.com.
www.twincities.com /mld/twincities/sports/outdoors/15352391.htm   (3425 words)

  
 Origins of Portage County
Pioneers were lumbermen, attracted to the region by the quality of white pine and the accessibility to water as a means of transporting lumber to markets.
Stevens Point became the center of the county attracting businessmen, professional men and craftsmen.
However in the 1983 telephone directories for Stevens Point, Almond, Amherst and Rosholt, only about 100 were the same names as those in the 1850 census, and most of those bore no relationship to the pioneers.
www.pchswi.org /archives/townships/origins.html   (3161 words)

  
 Pine Island News
MINNESOTA If nothing else, those party animals in the fl robes at the Minnesota Supreme Court have a sense of timing.
Minnesota Sen. Steve Murphy fended off his second consecutive strong Republican challenger in as many elections to retain his District 28 Senate seat Tuesday.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals has ruled that two Cannon Falls Township supervisors should not have been removed from their posts during a legal battle over the state's open-meeting law.
www.topix.net /city/pine-island-mn   (678 words)

  
 Douglas County Wisconsin Genealogy | History Resources
It is the point, and the main point, from which the Pacific Rail Road is to leave the Lake Navigation, and from this point the road is to be built.
Inside of the points the river forms a bay eight miles long, and from one to two miles wide, with from six to twenty-four feet of water.
The points are from twenty to sixty rods wide, sandy grounds, covered with yellow pine and an undergrowth of whortleberry.
www.wiroots.org /douglas.html   (987 words)

  
 Welcome to Luther Point Bible Camp
Luther Point has grown over the past 60 years from an idea to a place where many people have formed and strengthened their faith.
The Luther Point Foundation is still in its infancy stage and we are looking forward to growing as more and more people come to realize its mission and purpose.
The mission of the Luther Point Foundation was solidified at the last meeting of its Board of Directors on July 7, 2005.
www.lutherpoint.org /news_pages/Jul_06.cfm   (3019 words)

  
 White Pine Savages: Ellersick's in the Lumber industry
Written on one picture is the caption "White Pine Savages." These four brothers and their sons, dubbed the "White Pine Savages," developed an ardent work ethic logging the mighty white pine in the forests of Minnesota, Idaho, and Washington.
Western white pine was the aristocrat of the forest, sometimes reaching 200 feet in height.
The brothers brought their lumbering skills and expertise from Minnesota and were versatile in all aspects of the lumbering industry, but each had his own specialty area: Henry, the inventor, did the planning and designing; William supervised the logging; John was the steam engineer; and George, the millwright, built and set up the mill.
home1.gte.net /sde22ssw/Eller5-sde.html   (4894 words)

  
 Pine Lake Association
The Association and the residents of Pine Lake are actively trying to prevent the spread of non-native invasive plants in and around the lake, while protecting and preserving the beneficial native plants that support the lake's wonderful wildlife.
I recently moved to Pine Lake (2001) but from what I have learned, this is exactly the approach taken by the PLA board and this community with the original milfoil management program.
As of the fall of 2001, 100 of Pine Lake's 660 acres were infested with this non-native aquatic plant.
www.pinelk.org /weeds.html   (2401 words)

  
 Minnesota Session Laws 1999, Chapter 157
Minnesota Statutes 1998, section 85.012, subdivision 19, is amended to read: Subd.
8 for a distance of 615.0 feet to the point of beginning of the line to be described; thence turning an angle of 75 degrees 00 minutes to the left for a distance of 505.7 feet to the point of commencement and there terminating.
The commissioner has determined that the land is no longer needed for any natural resource purpose and that the state's land management interests would best be served if the land was returned to private ownership.
www.revisor.leg.state.mn.us /slaws_html/1999/c157.html   (576 words)

  
 Charter Township of AuSable - Visitor Information Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
By 1848, the local population had expanded to a point where they felt a survey and the establishment of corporation boundaries should be performed.
This was the birth of AuSable Township, whose economic base was supported by the commercial fishing industry which harvested the abundant trout and grayling.
Near the end of the Civil War, the lumber barons were attracted to the area by the many stands of extremely tall, virgin pine within close proximity of the AuSable River.
ausabletownship.net /visit/visit.shtml   (893 words)

  
 Birding Pine Needle Lawn   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
On August 30th, an immature LARK BUNTING was seen by Carol and Jim Tveekrem along State Highway 61 at the Minnesota Department of Transportation gravel pit in the town of Schroeder, in Cook County.
The bird was seen on Sand Point, across the Mississippi River from the boat landing in Hastings, in Dakota County.
At the point where Jackson County Road 2 turns north from the Iowa border on the southeast side of the lake, continue west a short distance to the first road that branches to the north.
www.pineneedlelawn.com /category/birding   (2522 words)

  
 Golf Lessons 4 Less - Main Page
A beautiful setting among mature oaks and pines with the last 3 holes bordering the Mississippi River.
The home of the Minnesota Professional Golfers Assn. It offers undulating greens that are strategically protected by deep bunkers.
Carved out of a pine forest this beautiful and scenic course uses valleys and ponds as part of the challenge.
www.golflessons4less.com /Find_Courses.php?state=minnesota   (1052 words)

  
 [ County History ] Dakota County Historical Society
Some of them are simply interesting points of local interest, but many have a unique place in the history of Minnesota or have even been deemed of National significance.
There were actually two Pine Bend post offices in Inver Grove Township at one point.
Today the Pine Bend Bluffs area is one of the largest unprotected natural tracts of land left in the Twin Cities metro, located along the Mississippi River on property owned by Flint Hills Resources (formerly Koch Petroleum Group).
www.dakotahistory.org /county/igh.asp   (509 words)

  
 Pine Beach singles - Pine Beach dating - Pine Beach personals
We are a Pine Beach personals site making your online dating experience the best.
If you're want to search outside Pine Beach, New Jersey click the appropriate state and the appropriate city you live in.
I am at least 18 years old and have read and agree to Match.com's terms of use and privacy policy.
www.match.com /localsingles/new-jersey/pine-beach.html   (930 words)

  
 Washington County, MN - Handgun Permit Information
Applicants who live in a city that is served by a full-time police department must contact their Police Department to apply for a permit to purchase a handgun.
The Minnesota Legislature passed a new statute regarding issuance of permits to carry pistols in Minnesota in 2005.
The State of Minnesota has started taking applications from instructors to be approved by the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.
www.wcsheriff.net /handgun_permit_information   (1060 words)

  
 Isanti County Local Minnesota History and Genealogy
Neighboring Minnesota counties include: Kanabec county to the north; Pine county at the northeast corner; Chisago to the east; Anoka to the south; with Sherburn and Mille Lacs counties to the west.
Topographical Map of Isanti County, MN (DNR) - map opens to Stanchfield Township, in the northeastern corner of the county.
Contact the Minnesota Department of Health for certified Birth records from 1900 and certified Death records from 1908.
home.att.net /~Local_History/Isanti-Co-MN.htm   (526 words)

  
 Pine Point Township Pioneers - Becker County Minnesota
Pine Point Township Pioneers - Becker County Minnesota
If you would like more detailed information about any patentee, refer to Becker County Minnesota Look-ups.
AH BE TAH WAY CUMIG UB Return to Pine Point Township
www.rootsweb.com /~mnbecker/141n37w5.htm   (35 words)

  
 Metadata: Pine County Geologic Atlas - Part A
The GIS files were generated in support of the Pine County Geologic Atlas, 1998-2001.
Drillers send water well logs to the Minnesota Geological Survey, where they are reviewed, interpreted, and entered into the County Well Index (CWI), an interactive data base of water-well information.
Background GIS data layers such as roads, surface hydrography, township grids, etc., are obtained from various sources, as noted in the Entity/Attribute section.
www.lmic.state.mn.us /chouse/metadata/c13apine.html   (1002 words)

  
 Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources / News Release
The Vesledahl Wetland Banking Project is a wetland and prairie restoration project between the Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources (BWSR) and the Minnesota Department of Transportation (Mn/DOT).
The project restored 750 acres of wetlands and 500 acres of native vegetation.
The restoration will generate nearly 1,200 acres of credit for the state’s wetland bank used to offset wetland impacts that cannot be mitigated on site for state, city, county, and township road repair, rehabilitation, reconstruction, or replacement projects.
www.bwsr.state.mn.us /news/boardtour03.html   (372 words)

  
 Birding Pine Needle Lawn   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Her organization is encouraging people to keep their cat indoors, for the cat’s safety as well as for the sake of birds and wildlife on which cats prey.
Telephone or e-mail messages reporting sightings should include a detailed description of the location of the eagle nest (including the county, township and nearest landmark), whether or not eagles were seen at the nest, and a way to contact the person reporting the nest.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has received numerous reports of sick and dead common redpolls and other members of the finch family at bird feeders.
www.pineneedlelawn.com /category/birding/page/4   (2176 words)

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