We are all noticing changes in the climate. What can we expect in Minnesota?
How well is Minnesota’s environmental review program working?
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has been trying for years to figure out how to get taconite mines to reduce the sulfate in their effluent because it damages wild rice. The current effort involves something called Site Specific Standards, and it looks likely that it will have no more success than previous attempts.
Heat pump installers and early adopters in and around Duluth, Minnesota, are demonstrating how the technology can work even in a notoriously cold climate such as northern Minnesota.
Northshore Mine in Silver Bay wants to expand its tailings pond; environmental groups are asking for a thorough Environmental Impact Statement.
Scientists and artists are close observers. Regional artists share how they are inspired by nature, especially by the St. Louis River.
Taking steps to put the St. Louis River on a mercury diet.
Recent research reveals more about the lives of wolves on the Fond du Lac Chippewa Reservation and in Voyageurs National Park.
A rich list of recently published books that nurture our sense of wonder at nature.
Recent research on some of Minnesota’s native fishes pinpoints astonishing longevity and an important role in ecosystems.