As state’s lakes warm, walleye’s cold water prey fish lose ground, and resort owners pay price.
Updated: May 02, 2015, - 09:50 PM
Pollution pervasive in southern Minnesota, and growing worse, but waters in the state’s central and northeast regions are much cleaner.
Updated: April 30, 2015, - 05:33 AM
The St. Louis, the largest U.S. tributary to Lake Superior and an important wildlife breeding ground, is already contaminated with...
Updated: April 29, 2015, - 12:24 PM
Gov. Mark Dayton Tuesday put an end to Minnesota’s ambitious moose research project out of concern that it is harming the animals it’s designed to help.
Updated: April 28, 2015, - 11:55 PM
High rate of radio-collared calf deaths could halt study of decline
Updated: April 20, 2015, - 12:57 PM
The closely watched wolf population on Isle Royale National Park has dropped to just three — the lowest number recorded since scientists began tracking them more than 50 years ago and a sign that without human intervention, they will likely soon vanish from the island altogether.
Updated: April 18, 2015, - 12:24 PM
Though it has slim chance of becoming law, the bill escalates a contentious environmental fight over a new and risky type of mining.
Updated: April 14, 2015, - 10:10 PM
His proposal might be stalled, but the ancient way of protecting water supplies is making a comeback.
Updated: April 13, 2015, - 02:28 PM
Gov. Dayton's proposal might be stalled, but the ancient way of protecting water supplies is making a comeback.
Updated: April 11, 2015, - 06:27 PM