Environmental health

Bassett Creek with a bridge in the background

The secrets of hidden waterways

Trinity Ek studied the history of the somewhat-hidden Bassett Creek, and how it came to symbolize the intersection of “race, place, and hydrology.”

A volunteer tags a bird.

Into the wild

Minnesota Master Naturalist volunteers further our understanding of the natural environment and help with important research initiatives.

Talking with U of M

Talking aquatic invasive species with the U of M

Amy Kinsley, an assistant professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Minnesota, answers questions on what the latest research on AIS shows, what boaters and anglers alike can do to stop the spread of AIS, as well as the new AIS Explorer dashboard.

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