Recent content from Greg Stanley
Scientists are rethinking how much local efforts might pay off.
The latest round of grants from the state Department of Agriculture will help ranchers build pens and fences, and buy guard donkeys
Eagan proves it's far easier to shield lakes from pollutants than to clean them up, but it can be done.
Lakes are freezing later and thawing earlier.
The worms, which lay waste to soil, have spread to forests throughout the Twin Cities area.
Christiansen died Nov. 8 at the age of 63.
Paddlefish and sturgeon are finding breeding grounds they haven't been able to reach for a century.
Researchers aim to find how many species can live in small fragments of the state's old Big Woods.
Researchers hope to find out by studying restored creeks over several years.
The voluntary monitoring, which will focus not only on finding and reducing contamination in rivers and lakes, but also identifying sources of air, soil and groundwater pollution, would begin this winter.