• "Cut Loose Creations"

    We all have that one item in our closets that's our favorite; but eventually it just wears out. In this week's "Your Green Life" Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson shows us a way we can give these old items new life.

  • "Challenge Center"

    While our outdoor gardens are still a few weeks from harvest, an indoor garden has been providing produce all year long. In this week's "Your Green Life", Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson takes us inside the Challenge Center greenhouses.

  • Nature Matters: Plenty Of Summer Activities For Kids At Hartley Nature Center In Duluth

    Summer vacation is a third of the way over and some kids are already chanting the children's mantra of "there's nothing to do." Hartley Nature Center has plenty of things for kids to do and Dave Anderson tells us about some of them in this week's "nature matters."

  • Park Point Third Cleanest Beach in America

    Park Point Beach in Duluth is the third cleanest beach in the nation, according to the Natural Resources Defense Council. The ranking is based on frequency of water testing, and efficiency in notifying the public when the water does not meet health standards. Other top ranking beaches were in Delaware and New Hampshire.

  • Senator Jauch Vying for Greater Public Disclosure in Mining Legislation

    HAYWARD, WI (Northland's NewsCenter) - While Gogebic Taconite waits on state legislation before starting work on a new mine in Northwest Wisconsin, Senator Bob Jauch says he's hoping new legislation puts the regulation of mining into the hands of the public.

  • "Transportation Challenge"

    In April we brought you the story of a family in Duluth who took on the challenge to cut their energy bill. In this week's "Your Green Life" Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson introduces us to a new climate idol family ready to take on the transportation challenge.

  • "Clean Clothes & Clean Environment"

    Laundry may be on your list as one of the worst chores but if you want clean clothes it's a must–do. But clean clothes doesn't have to mean a dirty environment. In this week's "Your Green Life" Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson has a few tips to green up your weekly chore.

  • Stryker Bay Facelift

    The Stryker Bay project to remove tar and other sediments in the bay has finally come to an end today.Jordan Weinand visited the new and improved site.

  • Watershed Festival at LSC

    Duluth, MN (Northland's Newscenter) - Northlanders were given the opportunity today to purchase rain barrels and composters for their homes today to help fight storm water runoff.

  • WLSSD To Hold Rain & Compost Barrel Sale

    Duluth, MN: The Western Lake Superior Sanitary District and the Regional Stormwater Protection Team will host a one-day rain barrel and backyard compost bin sale at Lake Superior College's lower east parking lot on Saturday, June 4th, from 9 am – 3 pm.

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