Pioneer Editorial: State saves forestland for future
Minnesota's pristine lakes and woods are seeing more and more development pressure, as quality of place becomes the top priority for people wishing to locate. The only problem is northern Minnesota could run out of such areas if efforts aren't made now to save some of those pristine areas for future generations of Minnesotans to enjoy.
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