The IDEC program seeks to create pathways to environmental careers for underrepresented students, racial or ethnic minorities, women, and individuals with disabilities.
A look back on decades of work, and some recent gains we’ve achieved with the help of our many partners and stakeholders.
Mercury spills from broken thermometers and improper mixing of cleaning solutions are creating hazards for Minnesota homeowners.
Controlled drainage is an inexpensive and effective way to hold water in the soil, working with existing drain tile.
Lake Pepin in southeast Minnesota is close to meeting its custom water-quality standard designed to minimize algae, with more work needed upstream to meet the goal, according to a study recently released by the MPCA.
The MPCA continues to encourage organics recycling despite challenges in the composting industry associated with COVID-19.
The MPCA will be holding three statewide telephone town hall meetings for the Enbridge Line 3 project starting Thursday, April 2nd. Find out how you can participate.
Water researchers braved the wind and waves on Lake of the Woods in late October to retrieve water monitoring data.
Volunteer water monitoring runs deep for the Berg family in Becker County; they've been involved for more than three decades.
The MPCA wants to thank wastewater treatment operators for their continued vigilance and service in the face of our current public health challenges.
Following COVID-19 guidance, all in-person, public meetings for Enbridge's proposed Line 3 replacement project are canceled. The public is invited to comment online.
Due to the coronavirus concerns, there has been a run on toilet paper in stores. Don't let that tempt you to flush wipes, tissues, or other similar items down the toilet.
Beth LaVigne, a long-time volunteer stream monitor in Duluth, provides important data about Tischer Creek. She also incorporates her monitoring work into her classroom work as a professor of education.
The recently formed Minnesota Soil Health Coalition is encouraging farmers to adopt practices that will benefit the environment and their bottom lines.