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    Your Green Life embraces an approach to living that treads gently on the Earth that supports us in everything we do. Our stories focus on people, organizations and companies that are dedicated to making our lifestyles more environmentally friendly. Northland's NewsCenter meteorologist Adam Lorch is committed to finding opportunities to improve our quality of life and reduce our carbon footprints on this natural wonderland we call the Northland.
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  • Your Green Life: "Invasive Worms"

    As kids we all would dig in the dirt to find what fish bait we could to go throw in some lines in the summer. But what most of us were digging up and putting on a hook is actually an invasive species. Meteorologist Adam Lorch shows us how one Northland researcher is trying to spread the word about the common worm In this weeks Your Green Life

  • Your Green Life: "Urban Food Forest"

    After two years of working with the city of Duluth, the Community Garden Program finally has a new garden in the Lincoln Park food desert. In this weeks Your Green Life, Meteorologist Adam Lorch shows us how the new garden is helping bring fresh food to Lincoln Park.

  • Your Green Life: "Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center"

    The Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center has been educating the public since 1998 about the history and heritage of Lake Superior. The building that sits on the 180-acres is now getting some upgrades to be more efficient than ever. In this week's Your Green Life, Meteorologist Adam Lorch heads to Ashland to see how the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center is going green.

  • Your Green Life: "A greener sidewalk at UMD"

    The University of Minnesota Duluth took its experiments out of the lab and into the real world this week. The civil engineering department has new formula for concrete that would leave less of an environmental footprint. In this weeks Your Green Life, Meteorologist Adam Lorch brings us to UMD to see how students plan to bring more sustainability to campus.

  • Your Green Life: "St. Mary's Apartment"

    Duluth is filled with big old buildings, some dating back over 100 years. Sustainability and efficiency wasn't a big concern back then, but today we are seeing these old buildings acting a little younger with some sustainable help. In this weeks Your Green Life, Meteorologist Adam Lorch checks out the St. Mary's Apartments to see how they are making sustainable improvements to an older building.

  • Your Green Life: "Spring Fertilizer"

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) -- Green Thumbs around the Northland are gearing up for another growing season. But how you prep your gardens now will determine your crop yields down the road. In this week's Your Green Life, Meteorologist Adam Lorch, shows us how adding nutrients can actually help keep the environment around us a little cleaner.

  • Your Green Life: "Sustainable Jewelry"

    Finding sustainable jewelry can be as hard as finding a diamond in the rough. But in this weeks Your Green Life, Meteorologist Adam Lorch talks to one goldsmith that is doing just that.

  • Your Green Life: "Energy Prize"

    Duluth is in the race for a 5-million dollar prize. The city is one of 50 similar sized cities racing towards sustainability. In this weeks Your Green Life, Meteorologist Adam Lorch brings us to the green race track to show us how we can help place Duluth first.

  • Your Green Life: "WLSSD Biogas Project"

    You probably know that many people and business are producing sustainable energy from the wind and sun. But have you heard of sustainable energy from waste water? In the week's Your Green Life Meteorologist, Adam Lorch heads to WLSSD to show us how they want to power their facility from nothing but waste.