Some local kids were able to get a hands-on experience at Hartley Nature Center Saturday morning for the annual spring youth outdoor expo.
Mining & Environmental News
The temperatures are perfect for fishing season and the City of Hayward is helping people gear up to make sure they have a successful day on the water for the 50th Wisconsin Fishing Opener.
A popular park in Superior is going to get some improvements that will make it more accommodating to all. But, a whole new park comes with some challenges.
Despite having beautiful weather, Miller Creek is filled with trash and is becoming an unhealthy environment for fish and wildlife.
Two consultants were hired to put together a solid plan to get the Lake Superior Zoo on solid financial footing.
A landowner on the Superior Hiking Trail is kicking hikers off the land due to multiple ongoing conflicts.
Gov. Mark Dayton has ordered the state Department of Natural Resources to stop the practice of radio-collaring moose as part of studying the animals.
92 percent of the State of Minnesota is experiencing what officials label a moderate drought.
A devastating, historic earthquake in Nepal has killed, at last count, more than 4,000 people.
The snow melting months ending earlier has allowed Duluth to get a head start in picking up trash in parks and trails.
Matt Reinartz, spokesman for the Como Zoo, tells Minnesota Public Radio News the same migrating waterfowl suspected of spreading the disease in turkey farms also stop at the zoo in St. Paul.
Crews in Superior are halfway done with cutting down the remaining ash trees. But, the City of Duluth is looking at fighting the insect in a different way.
The Department of Natural Resources has determined that the environmental assessment worksheet (EAW) process for a proposed expansion at the Peter Mitchell Mine near Babbitt in northeastern Minnesota has provided adequate information on potential environmental effects.
It's a little beetle, but causes a big problem. Emerald ash borers pose a threat to streams and rivers in Superior.
UMD celebrated Earth Day with the beginning of a wind research project at their farm.