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  • "One Tank Trip: Bayfield"

    As we get into the fall leaf season many people think about taking a drive to see the colors of Autumn. But with the cost of gas these days some may fear it will be just too expensive. In this week's "Your Green Life" Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson takes a look at one place most Northlanders can visit on just one tank of gas.

  • "Rain Garden at WITC"

    Storm Water Runoff is a problem we face across the Northland and helping to purify and slow down the flow is key to keeping our environment healthy. In this week's "Your Green Life" Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson takes us to Ashland where one school is a pioneer in the fight against storm water runoff.

  • Wind Farm Gets Key Approval

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) --- Minnesota Power gets key approval to begin a second wind project at a wind farm in North Dakota.

  • "Climate Idol: Eating Local"

    For the past few months we have introduced you to the Climate Idol Families. Climate Idol involves four selected families who have agreed to take on challenges to green up their lives.

  • Choosing Carrots Over Chips Now Easier With Food Stamps

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter)-- People who use food stamps in Minnesota will now have easier access to healthy, local foods thanks to state efforts to allow farmers markets to accept the government issued debit cards.

  • "Canning & Jamming"

    Preserving and Canning fruits and vegetables used to be a way of survival, but now most would consider it a hobby. In this week's "Your Green Life" Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson shows us how this hobby can help you live a greener life.

  • Split Rock Lighthouse and Grand Mound Named Historic Landmarks

    St. Paul, MN (Northland's NewsCenter)-- Two favorite historical destinations in the northland have now earned the title of national historic landmark.

  • Duluth Farmer's Market Turns 100

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter)-- The Duluth Farmers Market celebrates 100 years

  • Local Bee Keeper Finds Economic Stability in His Own Backyard

    With the economy facing a downturn yet again, many people are looking for job security. One man says he has found that and so much more by cultivating a sweet nectar.

  • Your Green Life: "Seed Saving"

    Buying locally grown foods is a way to live greener, and it doesn't get any more local than your own backyard. If you had good luck with your produce this summer, there are ways you can keep your favorite strains of plants for next year as meteorologist Jeff Edmondson explains in "Your Green Life."