• Sulfide Mine Opponents Voice Opinions Via Dog Sled

    Monday, Mar 5 at 1:37 AM

    The Pony Express got messages through in the 1800's and some Northlanders are following a similar approach in the 2000's with a different animal drawn approach. A musher and his sled dog team are carrying bags full of petitions asking Minnesota lawmakers to protect the environment from sulfide mining. Dave Anderson has the story.

  • Your Green Life: "Solar Thermal Heating"

    The Rural Renewable Energy Alliance, or RREAL, program in coordination with the Duluth Energy Efficiency Program have been assisting low income families with sustainable energy options for several years now.In this weeks "Your Green Life" Adam Lorch explores one of these options.

  • New Incentives for Those Who Choose Solar

    (Duluth, MN)- Northland's NewsCenter-- Minnesota Power announces that individuals or businesses considering solar energy could see reduced costs through its SolarSense program.

  • Your Green Life: "Lead In Our Lake"

    Fisherman rely on Lake Superior's water to remain clean. But on an annual basis they are responsible for putting literally tons of a toxic heavy metal into our lake.

  • Your Green Life: "Living Green by the Lake"

    Businesses had the opportunity to talk with folks from around the Northland about how they can help people live a greener life. Adam Lorch stops by the Copper–Top church for this weeks "Your Green Life".

  • Greener by the Lake

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - Northlanders looking to add a little green to their lifestyle paid visit to the Coppertop Church earlier today.

  • Your Green Life: Climate Idol Families Share Success Stories

    Over the past eight months, the families participating in the Climate Idol project have been using public transportation, walking, riding bikes and other sustainable practices. In this weeks Your Green Life, Adam Lorch wraps up what the families discovered when going green.

  • Your Green Life: Fortune Bay Is Green To A Tee

    With a blanket of snow covering the fairways, Fortune Bay's Wilderness golf course doesn't look very green, but the resort is chipping towards green with goals of a more sustainable course. Adam Lorch explains the "Green to a Tee" initiative in this week's "Your Green Life".

  • Your Green Life: Folks Thank EPA For New Mercury Restrictions

    At the Environmental Protection Agency in Duluth Wednesday, community members gave their thanks for some new regulations to help clean our waters. Adam Lorch explains how those rules will reduce mercury contamination in this weeks "Your Green Life"

  • Cloquet Neighbors Unhappy a Greener, Liquefying Cremation Process Could be in their Neighborhood

    DULUTH, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - Some residents in Cloquet are upset over one funeral home's plans to send human remains down the drain, but it's part of the process for a newer and greener type of cremation that uses less energy.