We're a landscaping company that needs to dispose of some chemicals. What should we do with them?
When temperatures climb, conditions are ripe for Minnesota lakes to produce algae blooms, some of which can be harmful to pets and humans.
Graduation is a time to celebrate a bright and sustainable future. Why not plan a party that’s fun, memorable, and green?
I've switched to non-lead fishing tackle to protect wildlife in Minnesota. How do I safely dispose of the lead stuff?
The North St. Louis County Soil and Water Conservation District and the Minnesota Discover Center are hosting the We Are Water MN exhibit in Chisholm through July 12.
The frequent wildfires in California and elsewhere, brought on by climate change, are affecting air quality for thousands of miles. That includes Minnesota.
Commercial kitchens can generate significant food waste, but two Minnesota organizations are trimming the fat and saving money.
Removing of an old dam and restoring a creek's curves are improving habitat and water quality in the Pomme de Terre River Watershed.
Increased rainfall from climate change damages river water quality, which in turn damages fishing and recreation.
Rochester welcomes We Are Water MN to the Rochester Art Center through May 9, 2021. The exhibit explores the nearly 1 million acre Zumbro River watershed in southeast Minnesota.
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.
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.