The storm drains on your street are meant for collecting water. But this time of year they tend to collect more leaves than anything else. Author: Laura Betker Published:November 1, 2018 The storm drains on your street are meant for collecting water. But this time of year they tend to collect more leaves than anything else.
October 3, 2018 KARE 11 meteorologist and reporter Laura Betker reports Great River Greening’s effort to alleviate the native seed shortage.
9-18-2018 By Nancy Madsen It goes a bit against the grain for farmers to plant seed in the summer or fall. But for a handful of farmers in the Seven Mile Creek Watershed, planting cover crops in between rows of corn or soybeans is gaining traction. Cover crops, such as rye, turnips and wheat, have
By Trey Mewes firstname.lastname@example.org Sep 13, 2018 ST. PETER — It takes a little work to make cover crops work for farmers, but Marty Mogensen believes it’s worth the effort. Mogensen’s family owns and operates a 2,400-acre corn and soybean farm in rural Oshawa Township just north of Seven Mile Creek. They’ve been concerned
By MISTY SCHWAB email@example.com Restoring the shoreline of Doyle-Kennefick, a planned regional park near Elko New Market, is a volunteer opportunity for those who enjoy planting. Great River Greening is looking for around 50 volunteers to help Sept. 15. (Photo courtesy of nimerphoto.com) An volunteer opportunity Saturday near Elko New Market is open to families throughout
September 13, 2018 KARE 11 meteorologist and reporter Laura Betker asks GRG Ecologist Wiley Buck “Why are there so many acorns this year?”
By NANCY MADSEN firstname.lastname@example.org Jun 16, 2018 Houston and Hayley Matanowski waded through knee- to hip-high grasses, identifying, cutting and removing thistles and woody plants. The couple were two of about 40 volunteers who cleaned up the banks of Seven Mile Creek on Saturday morning. They volunteered through the Seven Mile Creek Watershed Partnership, a
A focus in Woodbury is a milelong stretch of buried pipeline land along Ojibway Park Road. By Kelly Busche Star Tribune APRIL 28, 2018 link to article The continued shrinking of pollinator-friendly land and resources has prompted several new initiatives in Washington County to combat a loss of habitat for butterflies, bees, beetles and songbirds. This summer,
The grand opening of Fish Creek Trail, just over a mile long, will be celebrated June 22, 2017. (Courtesy of City of Maplewood) By S. M. CHAVEY | email@example.com | Pioneer Press PUBLISHED: June 21, 2017 at 7:53 pm | UPDATED: June 23, 2017 at 10:33 am Link to original article Thirty years ago, Maplewood residents went knocking on the doors of
St. Paul debuts downtown craft beer happy hour Tuesday New St. Paul event one of many efforts to reconnect with Mississippi River. By Jessie Van Berkel Star Tribune JUNE 12, 2017 — 7:45PM Link to original article A summer-long happy hour at Kellogg Mall Park is part of an effort to reconnect St. Paul with the Mississippi