As a speaker of Ojibwemowin (the Ojibwe language) explains in the upcoming June issue of Minnesota Women’s Press, “the nuances
When they took down the trees, to me that is an act of genocide. That is a declaration of war against the Ojibwe — to push this pipeline through.
How one North Minneapolis woman is tackling city development around water waste, building awareness about consumer choices, and encouraging biking as transportation
Kate Brauman’s enthusiastic description of the work she has devoted her career to is deceptively simple: “Much of my life is focused on this: If you put stuff in the water, you end up with stuff in the water.”
Green Card Voices released a book about immigrants in Minnesota who are engaged in STEM careers. We feature four of them in excerpted form in this Innovators issue.
The first time Jenny Schwietz hit the cold water of Lake Superior north of Duluth with a surfboard, she caught
Ecosystem content is made possible by Organic Lawns by LUNSETH It was four meters long, with mesmerizing white spots on its
Ecosystem content is made possible by Organic Lawns by LUNSETH Sharon Day. (Photo by Sarah Whiting) In the Ojibwe language, Ni
“We are caretakers,” says Eryn Wise. “We are life givers. We are keepers and protectors of the sacred. I think
Fine arts photographer Rhea Pappas takes her camera underwater
Recognizing the interconnectedness of all things
Ann Bancroft’s latest challenge: Raising awareness of the world’s water crisis