• 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.

  • "Sustainable Greenhouse"

    Adding locally grown foods to the menu has been a goal for many Northland restaurants recently. Now one of those restaurants plans to take on the challenge in a different way. Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson shows us in this week's Your Green Life".

  • "Bath Time"

    Parents across the Northland always try their hardest to help provide for their children. In this weeks "Your Green Life" Jeff Edmondson shows us a mother who started a green business that many parents are benefiting from.

  • Abandoned Mines Hold Potential To Capture Wind Energy

    Duluth, MN - (Northland's NewsCenter) - Minnesota's Iron Range is pocked with ponds and abandoned open pit mines. Spots, that researchers say...could help us use energy more efficiently in the future.

  • "Compostable Cups"

    A cup of coffee first thing in the morning is a daily habit for many. Many of those coffee drinkers pick up that cup of joe at the local coffee shop. These days students at the University of Minnesota Duluth have the opportunity to get that morning jolt while helping to reduce the impact on the environment.

  • "Green Sneakers"

    Whether you call them tennis shoes, running shoes or sneakers, you know that the pair you have won't last forever. When you're done with those shoes you can turn them in for a good cause. Jeff Edmondson takes us to one Northland school that's recycling used running shoes in this week's "Your Green Life"

  • "Billion Dollar Challenge"

    Utilizing renewable energy and leaving a small carbon footprint are among the main goals of Northland College in Ashland. In this week's "Your Green Life" Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson takes a look at a billion dollar challenge the college has taken on.