People are protecting Common Terns, which aren’t so common in the Midwest.
Minnesota Supreme Court hears arguments over Minntac’s wastewater pollution
“For twenty years, delaying compliance with state water law requirements has been U.S. Steel’s modus operandi,” the MPCA complained in its brief.
Great Lakes Estuaries
Estuaries in the Great Lakes are among the most productive, life-supporting and interesting environments on the planet.
Creating new food systems
A new generation of small growers is stepping into the complex world of farming. They hope to change our fragile agricultural systems.
Permitting Minnesota’s mines: what can we learn?
A deep dive into the permitting process for the decades-old Northshore mine and the proposed PolyMet mine reveals a lot about the flaws in the system.
Audible underwater worlds
A researcher records sounds under the surface of Minnesota lakes and hopes to learn whether humans are disturbing the lives of the denizens of the deep.
Moving around during the climate crisis
Reflections on choices we make in the age of climate catastrophe.
Confronting Great Lakes invaders
Mid-ocean ballast water exchange is working well to keep non-native aquatic organisms from invading the Great Lakes, but scientists are racing to find more secure solutions.
Book review: The Lost Forest
A children’s book explains a Minnesota mystery, with interesting information for adults and captivating artwork.
John Moyle: Minnesota’s Aldo Leopold
Learning about a man whose holistic thinking and scientific rigor continue to protect Minnesota’s natural resources decades after his death.
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