Helped by an MPCA grant, Coon Rapids has increased local options for electric vehicle drivers with two new charging stations at public buildings.
Groundwater is not a static thing, but moves around in the layers of rock and soil beneath our feet. How does this affect the work to treat contaminated groundwater and protect drinking water?
This holiday season, prevent costly sewer clogs by keeping grease out of sinks and by not flushing disposable wipes.
Three members of MN GreenCorps worked through the Minneapolis Public Schools' free meal box program to promote waste reduction and recycling.
A successful cleanup of contaminated land along the Cedar River in Austin caps a long history of industrial pollution.
The traveling exhibit will highlight the story of the Watonwan, Blue Earth, and Le Sueur River watersheds at the Blue Earth County Historical Society History Center, through December 21.
Shopping for a new wood stove? Remember that new stoves and outdoor boilers must be certified to new 2020 emission standards to be sold in Minnesota.
The Performance Excellence Network has awarded the MPCA its Excellence Award for the agency's superior operational performance and commitment to continuous improvement.
The Olmsted Soil and Water Conservation District's Soil Health Farm demonstrates how farmers can benefit from practices that also provide resilience to climate change.
The Snake River Watershed and its water species are faring well in our changing climate, thanks to its undeveloped natural areas.
The University of Minnesota - Morris is hosting a COVID-conscious version of We Are Water Minnesota through October 19.
Above and beyond. MPCA recognizes the Cottonwood Fire Department for quick response and partnership in containing a fuel oil spill.
The MPCA is working to identify the sources of PFAS — a nearly ubiquitous class of chemicals — in our environment and find ways to tackle the problem that will have the most impact.
Once one of the most polluted rivers in the state, the Rainy River now boasts “good to excellent” water quality.