Light pollution in urban areas has negative effects on both humans and wildlife, but there’s a lot you can do to help make our skies darker.
How can cities be generators, not destroyers, of biodiversity? This and much more answered in this week’s National Links.
An investigation on learning to inhabit our cities alongside our coyote neighbors. Hint: The Looney Tunes character of yesteryear left a misimpression.
Hidden behind industrial facilities and a maze of streets, Pig’s Eye Regional Park is St. Paul’s hidden — yet unpolished — gem. The park’s peaceful nature makes a visit more than worthwhile, yet it demands some revitalization and decontamination, efforts which are being pioneered by the Great River Conservancy.
A neighborhood meeting leads contributor Kelsey Dahlager to ask questions and band with neighbors to advocate for a safer Summit Avenue.
Discussions that may determine the way the Mississippi River flows from St. Anthony Falls in downtown Minneapolis to downtown St. Paul are now underway, and could dramatically alter the magnificent view of the Mississippi River gorge as almost anyone living has always known it.
The second and final part of a series documenting Monte’s ride(s) on the Root River State Trail, which runs between Fountain and Houston, Minnesota.
Two arborists presented standard construction protocols that the City of St. Paul’s Forestry Department will follow when assessing tree health and protection on Summit Avenue.
This month, with the opening of a new tunnel and walkway under MRB, a new viewing platform, and the partial daylighting of Hidden Falls Creek, Hidden Falls is ready to be discovered by many more visitors.
Quarry Island lies in the middle of Gun Club Lake in Mendota Heights, just north of the 494 bridge and beneath the roar of MSP Airport runways.