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Mark Boswell

Graphics Artist | Newsroom
Phone: 612-673-7590
Location: Minneapolis
Other languages: Ojibwe

Mark Boswell is a visual journalist for the Star Tribune, with 30 years experience as a graphic artist and illustrator.

Boswell is also a photographer and writer.
Recent content from Mark Boswell

Future house

Home sweet home? Experts speculate how Minnesota homes will adapt to our changing world.
Minnesota's forest north of Park Rapids, a mix of aspen, birch and conifers.

Climate change could mean more prairie, less forest in Minnesota

Scientists at the U say a warming climate and shifts in precipitation threaten Minnesota's forests by altering the ability of the state's ecosystems to support tree life. According to their forecasts, Minnesotans can expect more prairie and less forest in coming decades.
Before noon on openind day, the streets of the fairgrounds were already packed.

How do you do the Minnesota State Fair? There are so many ways

Three die-hard families share their favorite attractions and some of the secrets behind their fair-day fun.
Chronology of measles exposure

Chronology of measles exposure

Measles exposures were reported at public places in south- eastern Minnesota, and locations in Wisconsin and Iowa.
Inside law enforcement's high-tech toolbox

Inside law enforcement's high-tech toolbox

New technologies are giving law enforcement in Minnesota and across the country broad access to data on criminals and everyday citizens alike.
Does it cost more in taxes to own a home in Minneapolis or St. Paul?

Does it cost more in taxes to own a home in Minneapolis or St. Paul?

The two cities are finalizing their 2017 budgets, but city taxes make up a small share of a homeowners' total obligation for services.
Giants Ridge: A decade of losses

Giants Ridge: A decade of losses

Read the story: State-subsidized Giants Ridge ski resort leaves trail of red ink.

What is fracking?

The oil and gas industry has been revolutionized in the last decade by a technique known as hydraulic fracturing, or hydro-fracking, or simply "fracking."

Interactive graphic: Rich harvest

As prices for key agricultural products have soared, so have farmers' incomes and the value of their land. But at least one indicator, the ratio between the purchase price of land and what it rents for, suggests that the prices may be getting too high. Here's a look at various indicators of how these trends have influenced each other.

Keys to a green house

SOURCES: Minnesota Pollution Control Agency; Minnesota Energy Office; "The Environment Equation," by Alex Shimo-Barry; Alliance for Sustainability; National Geographic Green Guide; Living Green Expo;; Consumer Reports;