U of M Duluth researcher Richard Axler said the recent storm in Duluth damaged bank stabilization projects and took out a series of water quality gauges.
The director of the University of Minnesota’s Institute on the Environment, Jon Foley, poses in a TED talk the question of how agriculture can feed the world without destroying it. What’s your answer on the ground in Minnesota?
The League of Minnesota Cities says it has concerns about a pilot project that would help Minnesota farmers curb runoff but also exempt them from new environmental regulations.
We asked our seven Ground Level water panel members to tell us why they got involved in local clean-water issues. Read what they said and “weigh in” with your own answer.
MPR News’ Ground Level asked seven Minnesotans to tell us why local issues matter when it comes to the complex topic of water pollution.
What is the role of farming practices in protecting the quality of Minnesota’s water? What is the best way to approach agriculture and farmers to make things better? Join a conversation on where to go next.
MPR’s Ground Level continues the conversation on farming and water pollution. Add your voice.
Seven Minnesotans discuss how to fix farm-related water pollution on MPR News’ Ground Level “Weigh In” forum.
Asian carp is a priority but water improvement projects also were approved Tuesday to receive Minnesota Legacy Amendment money.
Minnesota has waged water quality battles for decades. Increasingly, that debate has come down to residents finding ways at the local level to clean rivers, slow runoff and cooperate.