Info for local governments dealing with the recent heavy rains and flooding — to minimize environmental damage and protect health.
To celebrate Pollution Prevention (P2) week, see how MPCA works with all kinds of partners to go beyond monitoring and controlling pollution to preventing it in the first place.
The city of Willow River, with MPCA assistance, is working to repair its wastewater ponds damaged by flooding in mid-July.
Above and beyond. MPCA recognizes the city of Minneapolis' integrated emergency response preparedness.
Put these on your must-see list for your trip to the fair this year!
About 25% of greenhouse gas emissions in Minnesota come from the cars and vehicles we drive. Learn how to green your impact at the Eco Experience at the State Fair.
Don't miss Paul Bunyan at the Eco Experience at the State Fair. His outfit is made entirely out of re-used textiles to raise awareness about clothing waste!
Governor Mark Dayton kicked off a Year of Water Action, urging businesses, farmers, outdoor enthusiasts, communities, and families to take action to conserve and improve water quality.
We track data related to the goals of our agency — air pollutants, water restoration, and how quickly we issue permits.
Citizen water monitors like Mike Brinda help MPCA measure water clarity of lakes and streams in Minnesota. Are you up for the challenge?
Four under-served neighborhoods in the Twin Cities metro area got help this summer from a partnership between the MPCA and Conservation Corps Minnesota.
Volunteer monitors from across the state gathered to celebrate the important work they do tracking the water clarity in Minnesota’s lakes and streams at the first annual Secchi Social.
The Water/Ways, a traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian Museum, in St. Peter ends this weekend on September 25.
Loans for three projects upgrading subsurface sewer treatment systems, reducing watershed pollution.