• Nature Matters: Wisconsin Anglers May Tangle With Ice On Opener

    The first weekend of May is when Wisconsinites get a chance to reel in some of nature's bounty. This year's fishing opener, though, may make catching delicious fish like walleye much more difficult.

  • Your Green Life: "Light Pollution"

    Pollution control is an struggle that many cities try to achieve. But a new form of waste is beginning to break into the night sky. In this week's Your Green Life Adam Lorch looks at how the city of Duluth is working to reduce light costs and reduce light pollution.

  • Your Green Life: "Building A Green Community"

    The green movement is growing, and with it community action. One newly founded group of landscapers, arborists, and gardeners are going out of their way to make a green difference in our community. In this week's "Your Green Life" Adam Lorch meets up with the group to check out one of their projects.

  • Nature Matters: Weather Not Cooperating With Stream Trout Season

    This is the time of year that spring anglers go out and about for stream trout. This year, the weather is not cooperating. Some people are braving the elements anyway so in this week's Nature Matters, Dave Anderson tells us where to find fish when the streams are still frozen.

  • Your Green Life: "Silicon Energy"

    Our region is quickly becoming known for its ingenuity when it comes to ways to be more sustainable. One example of that ingenuity, a business on the Iron Range that is being recognized for its state of the art solar modules. In this weeks Your Green Life Adam Lorch heads to the Range to see why soaking up the sun can lead to a big boost of energy.

  • Nature Matters: Bald Eagle Migration Season Here

    This is the time of year that our nation's symbol, the bald eagle, comes back from its winter vacation in the south. Spring is late this year so will that delay the birds' flight? Dave Anderson takes a look at how the spring migration is going in this week's Nature Matters.

  • Your Green Life: "Fishing for Sustainability"

    Smoked fish, grilled fish, fried fish, and baked fish. Many Northlanders know how to cook the fresh catch. But not many get to see where it comes from, and more importantly how it can benefit the environment. In this weeks Your Green Life Adam Lorch heads to Bayfield for a look at this sustainable fishery.

  • Your Green Life: "Black Coffee Served Green"

    The first thing many of us do in the mornings is grab that first cup of coffee to jolt us awake. But what goes into making that piping hot, perfectly roasted, ever so splendid cup of coffee? In this weeks "Your Green Life" Adam Lorch heads to Bayfield Wisconsin where black coffee is best served green.

  • Coalition Files Petition For Changes to Tar Sands Oil Pipelines

    (NNCNOW.com)-- A coalition of several groups is demanding change in the way the government regulates the transportation of tar sands oil.

  • Nature Matters: Maple Syrup Time is Here

    The Northland's Native People have known for centuries that when the spring days get mild and the nights stay cold, it's time to get to work. It's the time to make maple syrup. In this week's Nature Matters, Dave Anderson takes a look at the Native roots of the treat and how anybody can make a little for themselves.