Recent content from Jennifer Bjorhus
Minnesota has spent hundreds of millions of dollars to reduce nitrate contamination of drinking water and rivers. The progress so far is negligible.
He died in September, but Steve Wheeler's journey could change Minnesota.
The large crayfish could become invasive, displacing native species.
Long-term decline of the small semiaquatic mammal flitting through waters in Minnesota raising flags.
The muggy 92-degree weather was more than 40 degrees hotter than ideal for running, race officials said.
The chemical from farm fertilizers and manure spread on fields has been found in drinking water wells.
They claim waste from the megafarms is contributing to a national clean water crisis.
Federal grant to Great River Greening will finance planting nearly 14,000 trees over the next five years.
Lyon County farmers have until the end of the year to plug the ditch and install a dam-like structure on marsh.
Minnesota Department of Agriculture has issued three of 20 action plans needed for farmers where nitrate has contaminated public water supplies.