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Legacy Funds are getting distributed through the state as intended for clean water, habitat improvement, parks and trails and preserving the arts and our cultural heritage, according to a recent, independent analysis completed for Conservation Minnesota. About 33 percent of the proceeds are directed for clean water efforts. A sunny day proved ideal for a pontoon boat ride on Lake Andrew in this file photo from last summer. Tribune file photo

Money from constitutional amendment getting around, but not the message

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WILLMAR -- The funds are getting out there, but not always the message.

Legacy funds generated by the constitutional amendment approved by voters in 2008 are being distributed to projects throughout the state, very much as intended, according to a recently released report by Conservation Minnesota and the Minnesota Citizens for the Arts.

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Tom Cherveny
Tom Cherveny is a regional and outdoor reporter with the West Central Tribune in Willmar, MN.
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