The Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe wrestles with information about the toxins left on their lands. Find out what three panels of experts suggest should happen next.
Land, jobs, age, and health — over 100 people spent a day discussing Minnesota's coastal community. Review some of the statistics and issues presented at the 7th annual State of the Coast conference.
Graduate Dalma Martinovic and undergraduate Dan Wilfond win money and honors for research presentations.
$286,200 is allocated for reaching water gardeners, shoreland owners, the aquarium industry and their hobbyist consumers with information about aquatic invasive species.
Behold the winners of our recent essay contest for young adults and excerpts from their essays about aquatic invasive species.
We're blue, bronze, and outstanding!
Guess what North Shore residents are most concerned about regarding future land use along Lake Superior.
Director Carl Richards considers how community changes within Lake Superior's watershed touch the water and require collective consciousness and action.
New Publications & Services
You liked it before; you'll love it now. Order a copy of the revised Lake Superior Game for groups or classes that have a bucket of water and an interest in how social choices affect lakes.
About 60% of the boating activity on Lake Superior relates to fishing. Find out what everyone else is doing out there and more about boating on Gitchee Gumee in a 54-page MN DNR report.