Deadline is March 18. MPCA seeks organizations interested in becoming host sites for the 2020-2021 year. Do you have a project idea for a motivated and capable Minnesota GreenCorps member to take on?
We asked, you answered: thousands of residents from across the state have shared their thoughts on the proposed Clean Cars Minnesota rule. What are they saying?
Elected officials visited a metro-area recycling facility that is planning ways to reduce waste, cut greenhouse gas emissions, and provide additional services to residents.
Above and beyond. MPCA recognizes Derek Medved for proactive, responsible tank management at his gas stations.
Cities and partners around the state are celebrating 10 years of the GreenStep Cities program guiding and supporting cities to become more sustainable.
Keep that dry pine out of the garbage and even out of the compost site!
Have you resolved to eat healthier and watch your waist this year? Consider also watching your waste!
Above and beyond. Quick thinking and actions by wastewater treatment operators in Orr, Minn., prevented major upset to the city's wastewater treatment system in the wake of a business fire.
A sustained and collaborative effort by residents, farmers, state and local governments, and other stakeholders has resulted in improved water quality in Waverly Lake.
The MPCA doesn't only identify contaminated waters in need of restoration. It also calls out areas with excellent water quality that we must protect to keep healthy.
Cities and ag stakeholders are getting together to find ways to improve water quality in the Minnesota River.
This holiday season, prevent costly sewer clogs by keeping grease out of sinks and by not flushing disposable wipes.
Efforts by local residents and partners to improve water quality in Plum Creek have paid off — the stream is now meeting water quality standards that it previously failed to meet.
The MPCA weighed options and sought public input before selecting remedies for three contaminated sites on the Duluth waterfront. Project design will now begin.
Unsuspecting homeowners everywhere are falling victim to vampires…energy vampires! Find out how to slay these energy vampires by turning off electronic devices that keep drawing power even when they are turned off.