• DNR seeks comment on lake and stream management plans

    International Falls, MN (NNCNOW.com) -- Each year the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) revises lake and stream management plans.

  • Northland leaders, with the Duluth mayor, call for clean energy plan

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) -- Minnesotans calling for higher renewable energy standards are barnstorming the state, and many took their message to Duluth on Friday.

  • Over $8M to fight invasive species in the Great Lakes

    Washington, D.C. (NNCNOW.com) -- Organizations working to protect the Great Lakes will be awarded more than $8 million to fight invasive species.

  • Ecolibrium3 Hosts Sustainable Energy Summit In Duluth

    DULUTH, Minn. (NNCNOW.com) -- Finding the energy to drive Duluth forward into a sustainable future was the topic of discussion by a collation of environmental groups Wednesday evening.

  • Your Green Life: "Plastics Going Green"

    You may not think of a plastic film company as being green. But one Northland business has been doing their part to be more sustainable and responsible with environmental impacts. In this weeks Your Green Life, Meteorologist Adam Lorch heads across the bridge where plastics meet sustainable practices.

  • Your Green Life: "Going Green on the Green's"

    The leaves on the trees are budding out and the grass is growing ever greener. Spring time is upon the Northland and golf enthusiasts are enjoying some of the first rounds since last year. In this weeks Your green life, Meteorologist Adam Lorch heads north to the Wilderness, where the greens are greener on the other side of Lake Vermilion.

  • Your Green Life: "Man Made Invasive!"

    There's an environmental pandemic that's spreading across the world. You probably see it, maybe even handle it every day. In this week's Your Green Life, Meteorologist Adam Lorch explains what you can do to stop the spread of this environmental invasive.

  • Your Green Life: "Dine Sustainably 2014"

    Sustainable Twin Ports has been working with many local businesses to bring environmentally sound business practices to the area. In this week's Your Green Life, Meteorologist Adam Lorch talks to some of the restaurants who are being highlighted in Dine Sustainably week.

  • Your Green Life: "Deicer's"

    With an impending winter storm the plows and snow blowers will be warming up. But after the snow is cleared and a thin layer of ice remains, salt is commonly added to clear the rest. In this weeks Your Green Life, Meteorologist Adam Lorch finds out that the salt of the Earth isn't necessarily good for the Earth.

  • Your Green Life: "World Water Week"

    You may have not known, but its World Water Week. And as the home to one of the worlds largest fresh water lakes, it is important that we take care of our water source. University of Minnesota Duluth, Lake Superior College, Fon du Lac Community College, and the College of St. Scholastica celebrated World Water Week with a series of events. In this weeks Your Green Life, Meteorologist Adam Lorch heads to UMD where they are bringing the awareness to the classroom.