Minnesota GreenCorps member Claire Rabine serves with the Shell Rock River Watershed District, working with the city of Albert Lea and doing environmental outreach and education in the community.
Despite being a popular recreation river, worries about water quality are growing.
Governor Walz announced his budget and priorities for Minnesota this week with several items connecting directly to MPCA work.
Did you see the story about the record-breaking(?) sturgeon caught in the St. Croix River? Well, our sturgeons might not be as big, but they tell a good story about water quality.
Nearly 150 people braved subzero temps to fill Pier B hotel’s ballroom in Duluth to celebrate news of the St. Louis River Area of Concern (AOC) restoration progress.
Above and beyond. MPCA recognizes Minnesota Power and MnDNR for proactive construction stormwater management
The MPCA recently completed an emergency cleanup at a metal finishing facility to prevent chemical exposure to Northeast Minneapolis community.
Take a look in your closet. What do you see? Clothes you wear? Clothes you never wear? You’re probably not thinking, "that’s a lot of plastic!"
Why would anyone in their right mind climb up on a rooftop in this weather? For air quality specialist Lad Strzok, it's all in a day's work.
The silver lining of this extreme cold snap in Minnesota? You'll see fewer emerald ash borers next year. And that's good for the trees.
Although this deep freeze we are experiencing is no fun, even for hardy Minnesotans, it could benefit our valuable lakes.
It's not too late to protect your septic system. Here are some simple tips that can help you avoid costly problems.
Find out what the MPCA is doing to protect and improve Minnesota’s air quality in our new report.
New report: Most streams in the Mississippi River-La Crescent watershed support good water quality, but not the lower part of Pine Creek. which has high sediment that can harm trout habitat.