Small rural electric co-ops struggle to join the clean energy transition.
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Student scientists in Michigan add to the sparse scientific record about Craspedacusta sowerbii, a freshwater jellyfish found in inland lakes and rivers throughout the Great Lakes.
Gary Noren revels in the freedom of Nordic ice-skating
White Earth attorney Frank Bibeau is coming up with new ways to protect the environment by asserting tribal rights.
We are all noticing changes in the climate. What can we expect in Minnesota?
Agate’s Short-short Video Series continues with a video by Emma O’Brien
How well is Minnesota’s environmental review program working?
Artist Mark Granlund pedals and paints his way down the St. Croix and Mississippi Rivers
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.