Recent content from Jennifer Bjorhus
The Appeals Court ordered the air pollution permit that PolyMet received from MPCA back to the regulator to further consider whether the company deceptively sought a less stringent permit for a mine operation smaller than the one it actually planned.
With about half of Minnesota now in the grip of severe drought — and 4% in extreme drought — the state has officially shifted into the "drought warning phase," the DNR announced Friday.
Downed trees hamper firefighting efforts in Boundary Waters.
Family turned to trust to protect cold-water lake property.
Grazing sheep help manage the vegetation at the solar sites.
The food packaging industry is seeking alternatives.
The enormous reach of the proposed environment deal stretches from the Northwoods to farm fields to microplastic bits in the water — and it adds a 60th state forest.
After a prolonged standoff that threatened to shut down Minnesota's parks before a holiday weekend, Senate Republicans have dropped demands that the Walz administration stop the new clean cars emissions standards.
The woodpecker was once common throughout Minnesota, but its numbers have plunged.
A Land O'Lakes unit had shipped discarded seed that was coated with pesticides and fungicides to a Nebraska ethanol plant.