Above and beyond. In the management of construction stormwater, MPCA recognizes Southwest Light Rail Extension project for responsible development through stormwater controls.
The IDEC program seeks to create pathways to environmental careers for underrepresented students, racial or ethnic minorities, women, and individuals with disabilities.
Help the MPCA set the priorities for work on water quality standards that protect waters for drinking, fishing, and swimming.
Lake of the Woods is a big lake with a big problem caused by one of nature’s smallest organisms, algae. Scientists from the MPCA and the Science Museum are working together to understand why.
Alert issued for east central and southeast Minnesota includes the Twin Cities metro, St. Cloud, Rochester, Albert Lea, Winona, and the tribal nation of Prairie Island.
Minnesota Agricultural Water Quality certified farms have added more than 2,000 new conservation practices, including over 110,000 acres of new cover crops that protect Minnesota’s waters.
Minnesota’s air quality is generally good, meeting all federal standards. However, it is not the same in all parts of the state and doesn’t affect all Minnesotans equally.
MPCA seeks organizations interested in becoming host sites for the 2021-2022 year. Do you have a project idea for a motivated and capable Minnesota GreenCorps member to take on?
The MPCA has released Minnesota’s PFAS Blueprint — a strategic, coordinated approach developed by multiple agencies to protect families and communities from per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).
The MPCA continues to encourage organics recycling despite challenges in the composting industry associated with COVID-19.
We Are Water MN and the Hmong Museum are hosting the first outdoor version of the exhibit. The walk-through, digitally interactive event will be located at St. Paul's Little Mekong Plaza.
Advising farmers about seeds, fertilizers, and other decisions, crop consultants have potential to promote sustainable practices to benefit water and soil health, and impact climate change.
Minnesota water infrastructure projects in St. Cloud and Pipestone garner EPA’s top awards for innovation, excellence in protecting environment, health.
Diseases and invasive pests use festive foliage to hitchhike into Minnesota and threaten both urban and rural trees.
The most wonderful time of the year can be expensive for you and the environment. This year, consider a new tradition. One that creates less waste, less stress, and more memories.