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.
The MPCA has awarded grant funds to ZEF Energy, Inc., of Minneapolis to install 22 EV charging stations around Minnesota, thanks to funds from the Volkswagen Diesel Emission Settlement.
Two new MPCA studies show that for preservation is the key to protecting the "very good" water quality in the Mississippi River-Grand Rapids watershed.
Changes in water and land management are needed across the Minnesota River Basin to improve water quality in the state’s namesake river, as well as streams and lakes throughout the 10 million acres of the basin.
Can you dispose of cremated human remains on a public lake?
MPCA’s Environmental Justice Advisory Group is looking for six new members. Apply by August 12, 2019!
A 9-ton block of ice — how cool is that!? Come feel the coolness of the ice at the Eco Experience. See it melting throughout the State Fair and learn about climate change’s effects on lake ice in Minnesota.
The exhibit and events are designed to build awareness of the ways water shapes the history, culture, and identity of those who live in the headwaters. August 4 - September 16.
An introduction to MPCA’s first Director of Public Engagement and Tribal Liaison, Helen Waquiu, tasked with engaging Minnesotans on issues facing our shared natural environment.