Rebecca Field, a board member with Audubon Minnesota, recorded the entire breeding season of the great blue heron for a new book.
We all love stories. For centuries, we’ve turned to the storytellers among us, counting on them to recount history, share experiences and entertain. In telling stories, writers remind of us our brief moment in this time and place, and tell us something about the shared human condition, in all its imperfections. Today at noon, Minnesota Read more →
The federal government has recognized three Minnesota-based companies for leadership in protecting health and the environment through energy efficiency achievements.
DNR officials to limit fishing in border waters to protect spawning walleye from potential over-harvest.
The latest data from the County Health Rankings show that healthy living depends on a variety of factors. Share your stories about health care.
State legislators are pushing the pendulum away from science and conservation, and toward boosting revenue from state lands and encouraging recreation.
Bob Kelleher, who covers northeast Minnesota for Minnesota Public Radio News, discusses important stories on his beat during Morning edition with Cathy Wurzer
The Fargo Film Festival opens today at the historic Fargo Theatre.
After a year, MPR News editor David Cazares is starting to forget Florida. But he misses its lovely mess and is not sure he’ll ever embrace winter as “real Minnesotans” do.
The University of Minnesota is teaming up with agribusiness and conservation groups to use a massive data base to boost food production while reducing harm to the environment. The Global Landscapes Initiative combines on-the-ground reports and satellite images to pinpoint trends in crop production, fertilizer and water use, and other variables.