• Your Green Life: "Little Neetchers"

    Before disposable diapers were invented in the late 40's cloth diapers were a way a life. But disposable diapers are filling our landfills with tons of material and potential hazardous materials.In this weeks Your Green Life, Meteorologist Adam Lorch practices parenting and shows us a new, and improved cloth diaper.

  • The Barnes Community Rebuilds, Nature greens up after Devastating Fire

    The Germann Road Fire had a devastating effect on the people of Barnes, Wisconsin but experts say it will end up having a good impact on the surrounding forest.

  • Your Green Life: "Green Crafts"

    Art comes in many forms and in the Northland there is no shortage of materials you can make it from. In this weeks "Your Green Life" Meteorologist Adam Lorch visits one group making art with recycled local materials.

  • Your Green Life: "Bluestone Lofts"

    Graduation season is in full swing around the Northland, but when students return to the UMD campus next year, many will have the option to enjoy a new, sustainable, way of living. In this week's Your Green Life, Meteorologist Adam Lorch moves out of the dorms and into a Bluestone loft where green, reigns supreme.

  • Nature Matters: Fishing Action Still Hit Or Miss Due To Late Ice Out

    The cold winter and spring put a damper on fishing action this year and kept many people off the lakes until the ice finally cleared. They're getting our there now, though. Better late than never? Or, are things still slow at the end of the fishing lines? Dave Anderson let's us know in this week's Nature Matters.

  • Your Green Life: "Rebuilding a Forest"

    Two Northland companies have come together to rebuild a forest. Minnesota Power and UPM Blandin are going to be planting 90–acres of new forest just north of Grand Rapids. In this weeks "Your Green Life" Meteorologist Adam Lorch takes us to where the new forest will grow.

  • Your Green Life: "Green Brewing"

    Green beer, it's common during St. Patrick's day but what about everyday? Of course the beer itself isn't green, but the way its being made in one of our local brewery's.

  • Your Green Life: "Composting Season Begins"

    Spring seems to finally be here and what many Northlanders are starting to think about is spring cleaning and starting up the gardens. But when you start clearing the gardens of debris, be aware that yard waste cannot go into your trash. In this weeks Your Green Life Meteorologist Adam Lorch shows us a way to dispose of yard debris for free, saving you green while going green.

  • Nature Matters: Minnesota Anglers May Mess With Ice For Opener

    This weekend's fishing opener in Wisconsin was slow thanks to ice that just won't go away. Minnesota's opener is this weekend and folks there still have almost as much ice. In this week's Nature Matters, Dave Anderson tells us how anglers and bait shops are coping with the ice age of 2013.

  • Your Green Life: "Dine Sustainably Twin Ports"

    If you are looking for a place to dine this week, why not try a restaurant that gets the freshest local ingredients. In this weeks Your Green Life, Meteorologist Adam Lorch shows us how to satisfy the hunger to be sustainable.