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Sand, Surf, and Landmines

Last spring, I was aboard a student research vessel with fellow college students to conduct research projects that ranged from phytoplankton studies to plastics and biological surveys.

An Introduction to the Commons

We have an upside-down narrative that seems to allow a few people and institutions to profit from the public spaces we care for.

Appreciating the Common Wealth

What communities are capable of doing in a time of democratic crisis and economic rebuilding.

Ranae Hanson on Solving for Minnesota’s Political Polarization

People in the North are frustrated because they don't feel like city people are talking about this at all, they don't see it coming up in the newspapers — they only see the other kind of mining. And it's pretty important.

Talking About Healthy Ecosystems

I really hope we realize that we cannot wait for some catastrophic event to respond.

Betsy Damon: Defender of Water

"Everyone is still embedded in the false idea that they will always have access to lots of water."

Gayla Marty: Suggested Environmental Books

Last in our series of "Where Are They Now?" vignettes about environmentalists in Minnesota

Juneteenth Messages

Two compelling Juneteenth messages

Storying the Mississippi

Ramona Kitto Stately is one of the women celebrated in the Women…

The Science of Soil

Regenerative Agriculture has the potential to revitalize communities and improve global economies as well as solve food insecurity by providing abundant, nutrient dense food.

Join the #Ecolution!

Minnesota Women’s Press is launching the #EcolutionCollective, a new co-created weekly news series that looks at the “eco” — a Greek word for house, habitat, and environment. Who is engaged in collectively building a stronger ecosystem and economy for people and planet?

Tag Archive for: ecofeminism