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Parts of state face more than others, but overall Minnesota is just average.
15 citizen members appointed by Gov. Tim Walz to meet Monday.
The Conservation Fund has bought more than 70,000 acres of Minnesota forestland for nearly $48 million in one of the largest conservation efforts in the state's recent history.
A dozen of the board's 17 members signed a letter, which called the water quality permit the "final straw" in a series of MPCA actions they said sidelined the advisory group
Creek or a ditch? The fight over Limbo Creek could change the fate of hundreds of Minnesota waterways
Big battle in Big Ag: Waterway's future a tug-of-war between farmers, county, environmentalists and state
Kyu In Lee was a young woman in her 20s, her family said, when she founded an orphanage near Mok Po in South Korea, the…
The Minnesota Supreme Court must decide whether the company trying to build the state's first copper mine was engaged in "sham permitting" as it applied…
Federal wildlife officials are removing the gray wolf from the U.S. Endangered Species Act list, saying the wolf population — an estimated 6,000 roaming the continental U.S. — has recovered and the animal no longer requires federal protection. Environmental groups immediately pledged to fight the decision in court.
Stakeholders say Biden's silence makes sense given the tension between the labor and environmental wings of his party.
The DNR is fighting a lower court's order to hold an administrative hearing over objections.