Recently, German delegates met with MPCA staff to gain insight into Minnesota’s experience with PFAS contamination and cleanup in the east metropolitan area.
Shiny new cars can be exciting, but they can also be expensive. Fortunately, there’s a lot you can do with whatever you drive to be a greener motorist.
Ben Dwire does a lot to make his farm in western Minnesota sustainable.
From house-cleaning to fishing to repairing, here's a short list of to-dos for helping the planet.
U.S. EPA has agreed with Minnesota's and Wisconsin's recommendations to remove the Fish Tumors and Other Deformities Beneficial Use Impairment for the St. Louis River AOC.
MPCA recently recognized 334 Minnesota wastewater treatment facilities for their hard work and dedication to protecting water quality throughout the state.
Adding to a long list of debunked magical helpers, Duluth is telling its citizens the hard truth: There's no poop fairy cleaning up after your dog.
Learn what you can do to protect your business from environmental problems caused by flooding.
The weight of snow made even heavier by rain has become too much for a number of barn roofs in Minnesota. Now what do farmers do with all the debris?
Check out this segment on the MPCA’s citizen water monitoring programs and the importance of water quality in Minnesota's lakes and miles of streams.
When cabin fever hits Cloquet students, MN GreenCorps member Chris Gass shares the importance of water quality, for both people and wildlife.
With temperatures warming, move or dispose of products that could become hazardous wastes from flood-prone basements, workshops, and garages.
MPCA Commissioner Laura Bishop recently visited Westwood Elementary School in St. Cloud to meet with educators and students to discuss food waste reduction.
Nibiiwan bimaadiziwin — water is life. The Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa will be hosting the We Are Water MN exhibit at the Great Lakes Aquarium from March 10-April 23, 2019.