The Eco Experience is the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency’s premier outreach opportunity, and this year we have plenty of new exhibits to look forward to.
Heavy rain in the forecast. To avoid messy and costly cleanup, prepare your fuel oil, gasoline, and other petroleum tanks for flooding.
Air quality alerts are on the rise, and the MPCA is working hard to enhance the alert system. MPCA meteorologist Daniel Dix sat down with Tom Weber from MPR to discuss.
The state’s draft 2016 list of impaired waters is open for public comment, August 1-31.
There are a lot of studies that show how air pollution affects us — humans. But what about our pets?
Regulatory certainty law will help cities save money on wastewater treatment while reducing nutrients going into lakes and rivers.
Summertime — block parties, and barbeques. Here are a few simple ways to make your get-together greener—from composting to mosquito control.
MPCA Clean Diesel grant helped Caledonia Haulers buy a new truck and reduce pollution.
Gov. Mark Dayton and Land O’Lakes, Inc. President and CEO Chris Policinski, announced a new public-private partnership to protect and improve water quality across Minnesota.
Above and beyond. MPCA recognizes Liberty Paper, Inc., for improved industrial wastewater treatment in Becker.
Blue-green algae, which can be harmful to people and animals, is already starting to appear on lakes and streams. Find out how to protect yourself and your pets.
Jer-Lindy Farms and Redhead Creamery have been recognized with a 2016 U.S. Dairy Sustainability Award for Outstanding Dairy Farm Sustainability.
Plan a trip to the New London/Spicer area this summer to see Water/Ways, a traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian Museum, June 25 through August 7.
The Minnesota Association of Government Communicators (MAGC) recognized two MPCA communications projects with Northern Lights Awards at their annual recognition event.