OH LOOK! A SHINY THING What Will You Do to Fight Silver Carp?
We were discussing potential questions to ask people running for the state legislature at a meeting today, and I thought it would be a good idea to ask them what they would do about silver carp.
Here... Posted on 9/17/12 at 3:58 PM
CAPITOL CHATTER Ecology party backs candidates
The new and relatively unknown Ecology Democracy Party has endorsed a U.S. Senate candidate and two for Minnesota House.
The party, founded by former Green Party governor candidate Pen Pentel, picked... Posted on 5/26/12 at 12:05 PM
REPRINT 1961: Evil Flowers Are Back for Spring
Dandelions, the scourge of springtime gardeners and lawn-lovers, were back in 1961. Have you seen any on your lawn yet this year?... Posted on 4/24/11 at 11:00 AM
FULDA — He has lived in the Fulda area all of his life, and spent the last 56 years in a house on Ireland Avenue, helping his wife raise their six children and working for Interstate Power until retiring in 1993.
Money will be used to address fecal coliform bacteria issues
LUVERNE — The Rock River Watershed, spanning portions of Rock, Nobles, Pipestone and Murray counties, has received a nearly $150,000 Environmental Protection Agency grant to address manure management issues.
WORTHINGTON — Going green this holiday season will mean more than just hauling home the traditional pine tree. Environmentally conscious products are more popular than ever, so why not use your holiday shopping to save the planet?
ALEXANDRIA - Buckthorn, a small, shrubby tree, is a nonnative species that has become a big problem in Minnesota’s woodlands and wetlands. In 1999, buckthorn was identified as a restricted noxious weed. This means that its sale, transportation or movement is prohibited statewide by the Minnesota Department of Agriculture.
Robin Trott, Extension Educator, Alexandria Echo Press
, November 18, 2009
SPIRIT LAKE, Iowa — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced today the Spirit Lake Community School District is listed among the agency’s new Top 20 K-12 Schools List of the largest green power purchasers among all primary and secondary schools in the country.
WILLMAR — The Willmar Public Works Department, with help from the Minnesota Department of Agriculture, has been on the lookout this summer for the emerald ash borer that has killed millions of ash trees in 13 states including Minnesota, and parts of Canada.
David Little, West Central Tribune
, October 13, 2009
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