"To me, it's about community. It's about collaboration and it's about love. Feel that you're a part of something much bigger, that we are a part of this planet and this river is like one of the arteries of the planet and it's alive. It's about helping people connect and inspire and be who they truly are in this relationship with nature," said Patrick Moore, community organizer and leader at Clean Up the River Environment (CURE) for fourteen years in the Upper Minnesota River Valley.
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