When Dennis Frederickson was a grade-school student in Morgan, Minn., he kept a garter snake in his desk, feeding it insects—much to his teacher’s chagrin. He also brought home various stray pets to the family farm. So it makes sense that after Frederickson’s years in the Navy, he returned to farming—and when he was elected to the Minnesota State Senate in 1980, the Republican made the environment and conservation a priority.
|In the Minnesota Senate , Dennis Frederickson leads the efforts to restore wetlands.|
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