The MPCA has launched a new round of grant funding to help defray the cost of purchasing new, all-electric heavy-duty vehicles and equipment.
MPCA Assistant Commissioner Katrina Kessler explains how sweeping federal changes to Section 401 certification rules could endanger Minnesota's water quality.
Constant efforts by Minnesota counties, cities, and townships are protecting state waters from inadequate or failing septic systems.
The Minnesota Historical Society is hosting the We Are Water MN exhibit at the Mille Lacs Indian Museum in Onamia from September 18 to November 2, 2019.
During this Pollution Prevention Week, we recognize some great efforts by auto shops to reduce air pollution in north Minneapolis.
MPCA staff helped Legacy Building Solutions meet environmental requirements for its new painting and abrasive blasting operations.
The Minnesota River and its tributaries are popular for recreation, and Mankato-area paddlers play a part in river clean-up.
Like any myth, the green variety may sprout from kernels of truth. But many are based on false or outdated information.
Can my neighbor just dig a hole and throw his garbage in it?
We get it—you're busy. Here's a way to speed through the Eco Experience this year (but we think you'll want to stick around, because it's pretty cool).
Collaborative efforts have dramatically reduced phosphorus in wastewater discharges in the Minnesota River Basin in the past 20 years. Now widespread changes in land and water management are needed.
Minnesota GreenCorps member Yordanose Solomone served with Metro Blooms in 2018-2019. This video from ServeMinnesota features her work in Minneapolis, redefining environmental activism by growing green spaces and community.
Broadway Resource Recovery in Minneapolis used grant money from the MPCA to replace polluting diesel equipment with an electric alternative.
Planning your trip to the Minnesota State Fair? Visit the Eco Experience building to see both our new attractions and our returning favorites!
Greg Entinger, who farms near New Prague, "bet the farm" on conservation practices and his investment paid off.