The Minnesota Seasonal Recreational Property Owners (MSRPO) Coalition was formed in 1994 to represent recreational property owners at the State Capitol.
From a few cabins on Lake Vermilion, MSRPO has grown to represent over 6,000 families that own lakeshore and forestland. Their issues now include not only major tax reform, but water quality, shoreline regulations, habitat protection, forest fragmentation, and shoreline over-development.
The name has been changed from MSRPO to MLR (Minnesota Lakes and Rivers Advocates).
Article from Twin Cities Business magazine, January, 2014:
Article about Minnesota's Legacy Amendment and who is receiving monies from it.
Articles from MSRPO'S Exec. Dir. Jeff Forester
Below are articles from the Executive Director of MSRPO, Jeff Forester: