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?
News about air, soil, and water quality
The U.S. has the most expensive healthcare and education system in the world, but is terrible at keeping people healthy and educated.
About a billion dollars’ worth of food in the Western Lake Superior region is brought in annually. Only a million dollars of food is produced in the area.
Regenerative Agriculture has the potential to revitalize communities and improve global economies as well as solve food insecurity by providing abundant, nutrient dense food.
The #EcolutionCollective is a newsletter series in four weekly installments focused on different topics. In November and December 2020, we are focusing on Air Quality in Minnesota.
Symptoms include sleeplessness, difficulty making decisions, feeling out of control, and even guilt about being alive.
commentary about how people connect with the environment
At one time, Minnesota had 11 hemp mills, in towns like Winona and Stillwater.
How Minnesota Women are Restoring the Earth
Excerpts from “Eyewitness: Minnesota Voices on Climate Change”
In 2009, I was dragged into a new reality — one in which restoring Minnesota’s Northwoods to its historical grandeur is not possible due to the state’s fast-warming climate.