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The completion of this multi-year production, including a viewer’s guide, teacher’s guide and companion website, is the result of an unusual collaboration of public and private funding sources.

Minnesota: A History of the Land received development funds in 1999 from the late Wallace Dayton and his wife Mary Lee, long time benefactors of the conservation of Minnesota’s environment. Major funding followed from the Minnesota Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund as recommended by the Legislative Commission on Minnesota Resources and The McKnight Foundation. Critical additional support was provided by Minnesota-based family and corporate foundations and individual donors.

A Special Production of the College of Natural Resources
University of Minnesota

Production of this Program was made
possible in part by...

Minnesota Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund
as recommended by the Legislative Commission on Minnesota Resources...

The McKnight Foundation


And these funding partners...

MetroEnvironment Partnership 2000

Metropolitan Council

Wallace and Mary Lee Dayton

Schott Foundation

Huss Foundation

Elmer and Eleanor Andersen Foundation

Edward Dayton Family Fund

Helen E. and Daniel T. Lindsay Family Fund
of The Minneapolis Foundation

Freshwater Society

Marbrook Foundation  

Wood-Rill Foundation

Quetico Superior Foundation

Suzanne Johnson

W. Duncan and Nivin MacMillan  

Bellcomb Technologies, Inc.

Deborah Ann Reynolds

May Department Stores Foundation

General Mills Foundation

Malt-O-Meal Corporation




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