Recent content from Josephine Marcotty
A new science of valuing nature will shape our urban projects of the future.
No longer just a pipe dream, far-sighted water system set up parched towns for growth.
Far-sighted water system set up towns for growth
To many neighbors in this small Wisconsin community, the proliferation of giant irrigation rigs that arc over mile after mile of flat farm fields create an untenable drain on water that is tearing communities apart.
Cold Spring's quandary — protecting a trout stream while supplying water to a fast-growing employer — is just one of many challenges emerging across Minnesota as a state renowned for its abundant water confronts a difficult new fact of life.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is offering a $2,500 reward for information as the investigation is stepped up.
A handful of environmental groups have asked the state Court of Appeals to reject permits granted for Minnesota's first copper-nickel mine, a proposal by PolyMet…
The members, appointed by the governor, found common ground over better habitat, education, but split over how to reduce pollinators' exposure to neonicotinoids.
Managing landscapes can hold more carbon in soil, grass and trees, cutting greenhouse gas emissions.
Permit approvals for PolyMet open a new chapter in an old struggle.