Joan Redig's interest in conservation is reflected on her rural Houston County property. Now she monitors Paradise Valley Stream as a volunteer for MPCA's citizen monitoring program.
During the pandemic, the MPCA is making changes to protect citizens and accommodate needs of our regulated businesses.
The MPCA is granting a contested case hearing on the agency’s draft 401 water quality certification for Enbridge’s Line 3 replacement project.
The honey bee population is in danger. If these important pollinators disappear, so will many of our favorite foods.
MPCA is proposing two options for cleaning up the Freeway Landfill, to protect the Minnesota River and nearby drinking water wells.
Minnesota GreenCorps members not only advance environmental initiatives but also gain valuable work experience. Hear what previous GreenCorps members say about the program.
With the stay-at-home order, some of us are finding more time to begin spring cleaning. But with most donation centers closed, what can you do?
Keep it up, Minnesota. Wash your hands, get tested when sick, stay six feet apart from others, wear a mask, and stay home when able.
The Minnesota Department of Health has lowered the guidance value for safe exposure to trans-1,2-dichloroethylene, which will affect operations at Water Gremlin in White Bear Township.
Air quality and health are closely linked. And now, the groups most affected by air pollution are often same groups that are being disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 virus.
The MPCA is offering grants aimed at strengthening the market for recycled materials in Minnesota.
Protect loons, swans, and even eagles from harm by switching to non-lead jigs and sinkers this fishing season.
You may have noticed something missing at your local grocery store, the bins for plastic bags and film recycling. The program has been temporarily discontinued at some stores.
Wondering if it's safe to use reusables? Here are some things to consider.
During the COVID pandemic, you probably have many things to worry about. But it's still important to keep recycling. Here are answers to some your frequently asked questions.