By John Bilotta
Through a unique collaboration, Minnesota is finding answers to priority questions about how urban stormwater runoff can be more effectively and efficiently managed....
The 2022 Minnesota Water Resources Conference marked its in-person return to the St. Paul RiverCentre with an emphasis on the basics of water stewardship and care for the climate.
Does this summer’s flash drought mean I should install controlled drainage structures in my tile systems to better hold soil water in reserve for the next drought?
Many practitioners and educators who work in watershed management understand the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), but there have so far been few spaces for conversation about what it means to advance DEI in watershed management.
In the Water Resources Center’s Onsite Sewage Treatment Program, graduate student Elizabeth Boor isn’t afraid to get down and dirty. This summer she has been collecting septic tank sludge also known as “septage” as a key component to her thesis research.