Promoting the savings and clean-air benefits of electrics, this event lets people chat with owners and supporters of the electric vehicle market.
By converting old sewage treatment ponds to hunting grounds, Madelia saved more than $1 million and also bagged the Minnesota Governor’s Pheasant Hunting Opener for 2013.
A recycling and composting program in Independent School District 191 is demonstrating how much more schools could be doing to divert trash from the waste stream.
Find out how Powderhorn Lake (Minneapolis) went from being on the impaired waters list to being named "best lake" of 2013.
A dip below the surface of Snail Lake in the Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District finds a healthy and thriving community.
This summer the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency started a 5-year effort to monitor Minnesota’s five largest rivers.
Construction of new power plant and clean up of site results in less pollution and more power generation.
There are many ways to get to work. Which is the right fit for you? Use our handy guide to find out.
Minnesota and China to share information and ideas on controlling water pollution.
There never has been a more perfect time for restoring a place dear to Northlanders — the St. Louis River — from more than 130 years of accumulated environmental injury.
The new law aims to ensure that state agencies target funding where it can have the most benefit, and that the state reports to the public on its progress toward clean water goals.
Weddings are a beautiful tradition. But they can have a huge impact on your wallet and the environment. Why not consider a more eco-friendly event?
It's going to get hot and humid. Here are a few tips to reduce your energy use and keep your house cooler.
A new search tool helps you easily find water quality information on Minnesota lakes and streams.
Each year, the MPCA's Emergency Management Unit fields more than 2,500 calls. From chemical fires and train derailments, to mercury spills and tornadoes, these incidents all need a swift, effective response.