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.
State and community leaders visited Faribault and Northfield to observe Minnesota climate resiliency efforts in action.
MPCA staff studied the river during this summer's extreme drought conditions to see if tighter limits on phosphorus are protecting aquatic life.
MPCA studies shows 75% of Minnesota lakes meet standards for recreation. Clean Water Fund dollars help answer water quality questions.
It's Septic Smart Week and Minnesota local governments are reporting significant progress in fixing inadequate septic systems around the state.
What are the health risks associated with living near a busy freeway? Bad enough to affect my home-buying decisions?
Are pets affected by poor air quality? Will wearing a mask help when I’m outside? What is particulate pollution? We’ve got the answers.
Minnesota rivers are shrinking in the drought; some have their lowest flows in decades. What will be the long term effects?
What can you do when you are especially sensitive to wood smoke and your neighbors are having lots of backyard fires?
We have some suggestions for avoiding disposable items, excessive packaging, and single-use plastics when shopping for your everyday needs.
The Army has proposed a plan for cleaning up contaminated sediment in Round Lake, located within the Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant (TCAAP) site.
Agency credits Bishop with advancing innovative solutions to environmental challenges.
The newest We are Water MN exhibit highlights Pipestone's unique geography and its many challenges to water quality.
If the property I'm selling has an abandoned septic system, do I need to do anything before putting it on the market?