What to do if you find an old fuel oil tank buried on your property.
As part of the ongoing rebranding effort for Minnesota state government, the MPCA will implement a new logo that is shared with all state agencies.
The watery home of Duluth’s retired ore carrier William A. Irvin is one step closer to being cleaned up. The MPCA has selected a remedy that caps the Minnesota Slip’s contaminated sediment.
A landmark settlement will move a controversial metal shredder out of the city to a new, non-metro location.
Breathing smoke from backyard fires can be hazardous to our health.
From house-cleaning to fishing to repairing, here's a short list of to-dos for helping the planet.
The job of monitoring the quality of Minnesota's lakes and rivers could not be done without the help of dedicated citizen volunteers.
MPCA is offering a $9,500 grant to support a green chemistry and engineering intern project at a company’s Minnesota facility in the coming summer.
Years ago, it was common to toss trash and unwanted items in a dump, a ditch, or "out back" to burn it. Unfortunately, getting rid of our trash that way didn’t make it disappear.
MPCA is planning to place up to 40 full-time members with various host sites for the 2017-2018 program year. Apply to become a host site.
Richard Fetterly, a retired engineer living in Rice County, reflects on his 15 years spent as a citizen stream monitor for the Straight River.