We have to change the thinking that women are less.
I am the child of a sharecropper’s son and a coal miner’s daughter. The mining industry and union struggle are
“This has been a grand adventure in farming, family, and community. Our goals included land and habitat restoration, clean energy, carbon sequestration, and healthy free-range kids.”
I want to uncover the cultural history of the dilapidated buildings that dot our landscape, enabling us to more fully appreciate and reflect on Norwegian American history as a country of immigrants.
“The feeling persists that ‘a woman can’t win out here.’”
Some of the participants in our July 21 conversation circle about Healthy Ecosystems
Over the years, Minnesota Women’s Press has talked to many environmental advocates. A lot has changed since our first conversations with them — and a lot remains the same. From the perspective of a climate activist, how are we doing?
In the first conversation of our summer series, Minnesota Women’s Press editor Mikki Morrissette talked to three women about their
Minnesota ranks seventh in the country for wind energy generation, which in 2020 accounted for 22 percent of the state’s total energy generation.
Unlike many white counterparts, farmers of color usually cannot expect to inherit land ownership or receive capital from a family member.
Ironically, the practices that have kept fire off the landscape are now creating an environment primed for catastrophic wildfire to occur.
The value of comprehensive data collection