The shortest days are long on beauty: winter photography by Dominique Braud
A conversation with the poet and the entomologist whose teamwork produced an anthology of poems about bees.
What is insight if not minutia well considered?
Key players in passage and uses of early environmental legislation are interviewed as part of an oral history project.
Agate continues its series on the writings of Paul Gruchow with an excerpt from his book, The Necessity of Empty Places, and a tribute to Southwest Minnesota’s Blue Mounds
Photographer Cynthia Dickinson spends a day in the skies above the Superior National Forest with USGS researcher Dr. Shannon Barber-Meyer and USFS pilot Pat Loe.
In the early 1970s, Minnesota legislators put key environmental protections into law. An oral history project aims to recall how the bills were passed with wide margins, and how effective the laws have been.
In Baraboo, a telling seasonal dialogue between wild and captive cranes
Minnesota adjusts a formula designed to protect wild rice waters from sulfate pollution.
Paul Gruchow series continues with an excerpt from Boundary Waters: The Grace of the Wild.