GreenCorps member shares her experience working with the Food Group (New Hope). The food bank acts as a warehouse and distribution center, partnering with hunger-relief agencies such as food shelves and meal programs.
MPCA has approved the watershed restoration and protection strategy report on the Buffalo River watershed in northwestern Minnesota.
Stakeholder meetings to provide better assistance and understanding of the Clean Water Partnership loan and Section 319 funding processes.
Above and beyond. MPCA recognizes Ramsey County for responsible stormwater runoff management
There are more than 600 active Superfund sites around the state. Part of the evaluation process looks at the potential for vapor intrusion — a form of environmental contamination we have only recently begun to understand.
Planning a dinner party? Here are some tips for reducing the amount of wasted food.
Auto body repair shops can reduce VOC emissions by half or more by switching to water-based paints. Consumers can decide to look for auto body shops that have made the switch.
Clean Water Partnership awarded $3.45 million in low-interest loans to four local partners to reduce pollution by upgrading septic systems and implementing best management practices in their watersheds.
Lowell Deede developed a multi-site monitoring plan to track watershed water clarity and enrolled in the stream monitoring program.
This five-year effort is designed to combat antibiotic resistance by improving the way antibiotics are used in human and animal health.
Some ingredients in products for your hair, face, and skin pose concerns for water resources (and for you).
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.
Water/Ways, a traveling exhibit from the Smithsonian's Museum on Main Street program, is showing in Red Wing at the Goodhue County Historical Society in Red Wing.
New study shows fish and other aquatic life are faring well in most trout streams in the Zumbro River watershed, but there are water quality issues to work on throughout this area.