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Allison Kronberg - March 2015
MN Daily shared the story of Kevin Lines, a cancer survivor who had to take time away from his work for treatment, but ultimately didn't let his diagnosis stop him from doing the conservation work that he loves. After his diagnosis in 2011, Lines had to retire early to start chemotherapy. The article goes on to explain how he returned to work after treatment:
"Now cancer-free, Lines returned to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources in February to oversee a four-year plan to increase Minnesota’s pheasant population, which crashed in the late 1960s because of bad winters and land-use changes that led to habitat destruction."
For the full article, click here.
Original source: www.mndaily.com