• 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."

  • Northland Woman Finds New Life For Waste Rock

    HOYT LAKES (Northland's NewsCenter)---Multi-ton boulders from the old LTV Mine in Hoyt Lakes on the Iron Range are being put to good use across the Northland.

  • MPCA Issues Report On Permitting Activities

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) recently issued a report on permitting activities at the agency.

  • Cliffs Natural Resources Invites Public To "Jerk The Merc Out"

    Silver Bay, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) Cliffs Natural Resources is inviting community members to participate in a “Jerk the Merc Out” event that is being sponsored by Northshore Mining in Silver Bay, Minnesota.

  • "Medication Recycling"

    Have you ever found yourself peeking in someone's medicine cabinet and found expired medicine? If you have old or unneeded Medication at home Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson shows us ways we can dispose of it safely in this week's Your Green Life:

  • "Solar Energy"

    With the hot weather we have had for the past few days, those of us with air conditioners are dreading the electric bill. But what if you could cut that bill in half? Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson gives us some options in "Your Green Life"

  • Lake Superior Day Aims at Raising Clean Water Awareness

    SUPERIOR, WI (Northland's NewsCenter) - The world's largest fresh water lake had its own annual celebration this weekend. Lake Superior Day was Sunday, but events celebrating the lake took place all weekend.

  • "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."