Find out what the MPCA is doing to protect and improve Minnesota’s air quality in our new report.
The We Are Water exhibit invites visitors to come to a deeper understanding of what taking care of water means to people.
New report: Most streams in the Mississippi River-La Crescent watershed support good water quality, but not the lower part of Pine Creek. which has high sediment that can harm trout habitat.
Stoney Brook Farms, a family farm in Foley in central Minnesota, just became the 600th water quality certified farm. Find out what they're doing.
The exhibit is at the Headwaters Science Center in Bemidji and runs through January 13.
Check out these tips for a greener holiday.
An air quality alert for the Twin Cities and portions of central Minnesota expanded to include southeast Minnesota through 6 p.m. on Thursday, December 13.
Laura Wessberg is serving with the Hubbard County Solid Waste Department until August 2019, with the goal of improving the environment while gaining professional experience.
It only takes 1 teaspoon of salt to permanently pollute 5 gallons of water. Here are some tips to keep you and our waters safe.
Cold temperatures are on their way. Don't let your septic system freeze. Here are some simple tips that can help you avoid costly problems with your septic system.
10 watersheds selected for longer-term federal funding as part of the transition in the federal Clean Water Act Section 319 program to more reliable funding focused on small watersheds.
This holiday season, prevent costly sewer clogs by keeping grease out of sinks. And while you’re at it, stop flushing "disposable" wipes down the toilet.
Thanksgiving is next Thursday and that means family, friends and lots of food. Here are some tips for reducing the amount of food you waste.
November 16 is the deadline to apply for a grant to replace old, dirty diesel engines with new, far-cleaner engines.