• Your Green Life:"Green 2012"

    With 2012 behind us and a fresh year to come, what resolutions can you make to become more sustainable? Last year our communities took several steps in the green direction, both big and small. In this weeks "Your Green Life" Adam Lorch looks at some of the accomplishments of the year, and explains how even a small step in the green direction can still make a big difference.

  • Your Green Life: "Reuse Gift Cards"

    One of the most common gifts during the holiday's for that hard to buy for person is a gift card. But after cashing in on the card, it is tossed in the trash. But one school in Duluth had an idea to recycle the gift cards. In this weeks "Your Green Life" Adam Lorch strums a tune on a, green, note.

  • Your Green Life: "Gilley's Naturals"

    It's not only large corporations and cities that are trying to take steps in a greener direction, but small businesses in small towns are also finding success in going green. In this weeks "Your Green Life" Adam Lorch treks north to the quiet town of Cook Minnesota for some organic health and body products.

  • Minnesota Power Wind Energy Project Complete

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) --- A project by Minnesota Power to help bring more clean energy to the Northland is finally complete.

  • Your Green Life: "Energy Efficiency Program WITC"

    If you're looking to buy a new home, one of the things you will consider is the energy efficiency of the house. In this weeks "Your Green Life" Adam Lorch heads to WITC were students are training in energy efficiency building.

  • Your Green Life: "Eating Fresh Local Fish"

    Buying local vegetables in the summer is a great way to green up your meals. But in the fall and winter it can become difficult to find fresh local foods to enjoy.

  • How To Brew Your Own Beer

    Homebrewing has become a favorite hobby across the Northland. Adam Lorch takes us step–by–step with some real hop heads to show you how simple it really is.

  • Your Green Life: "Flying Green"

    A construction project that started in Duluth two years ago is almost ready to open. Soon travelers will be able to enjoy all the amenities of a new, green, airline terminal.

  • Your Green Life:"Sustaining Turkey Day"

    In just a week, families and friends will be gathering around the dinner table to enjoy home cooked meals and conversation. But of course the topic of all conversation leads to the wonderful food on the table. In this weeks "Your Green Life" Adam Lorch helps us prepare a more sustainable Thanksgiving menu that will make everyone fat and happy.

  • Study Questions Efficiency, Economic Benefit of Coal Plants

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) - The more than 100 page study, published by a nonprofit called Union of Concerned Scientists, lists 350 plants the group says are "ripe for retirement." They base their findings on the amount of energy produced, lack of pollution control and the push for renewable energy.