Scientists have learned a lot about aquatic invasive species, and experts now say the appearance of an exotic species in a body of water doesn’t necessarily mean the end of life as we know it.
The up side of looking down
I’ve come to a place where the boundaries—between ice and vapor, between glacial moraines and muddy paths in the woods, between icicles and ice sheets, between the past, the present, and the future—are all boundaries that can sublimate away, leaving behind only awe, and hope, and spring.
A short list of recent books about nature.
“Timber sales are not planned by wildlife managers; they’re assigned from the top down.”
A new short film, Oshkigin: Spirit of Fire, shows the traditional controlled burning practices of the Anishinaabe people. These small burns help prevent wildfires from getting out of hand.
Artist Mark Odegard finds inspiration in phenology
A poem for a magical fall day.
Tribes are working on many fronts to push Minnesota to do a better job of protecting the environment.