A bill to strengthen Minnesota mining laws was recently introduced in the state legislature.
One way communities often try and grow their local economy is through business development. It was in this spirit that the county and city first started talking about developing a business park.
In the last decade, studies have revealed that endocrine disrupting chemicals, or EDC’s, are present in virtually every watershed in the United States. There is growing concern that eve
Helicopter crews had to recapture eight moose last week on the Grand Portage Reservation because their satellite collars weren’t transmitting data properly.
While most of us are skiing, snowmobiling and snowshoeing on top of the snow, there’s a whole world of activity under our feet. This is the subnivean environment.
If you’re out in the woods these days you may be hearing the sounds of courtship. At least two species of owl are getting romantic for the Valentine season.
Navigational locks and gates in Chicago-area waterways crucial for commercial shipping may be opened less frequently than usual in a stepped-up campaign to prevent Asian carp from overrunning the G
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says new data shows the moose population in the northeastern part of the state continues to decline.
Efforts to prevent Asian carp from invading the Great Lakes continue, despite the U.S.
Now that we have some fresh snow, you might be seeing little spots of stuff that looks like pepper. If the spots jump around they’re more than likely snow fleas.