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MACKINAC ISLAND, Mich. — Leaders of states who have battled in court over Asian carp are meeting at a Michigan resort to seek common ground on how to prevent more invasive species from reaching the Great Lakes.
ROYALTON, Minn. — A new Minnesota law requires investor-owned utilities like Xcel Energy to generate more electricity from solar power could mean opportunities for home and business owners willing to mount panels on their property.
WEST FARGO – When Leon Johnson arrived at his job at Crary Industries here Thursday morning, he started snapping pictures of the artificial lake that heavy rains had created outside the usually landlocked business.
DETROIT LAKES, Minn. – Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge here is celebrating National Trails Day on Saturday with the grand opening of a new 21-mile segment of the North Country National Scenic Trail in Becker County.
Hay supplies scarce due to drought, drop in donations
LINTON, N.D. – High hay prices caused by a prolonged drought and a sharp drop in donations have combined to threaten breeding herds for the Nokota horse, named the official state equine.
MOORHEAD – Now that residential Cleanup Week is nearly complete, the city of Moorhead is encouraging volunteers to assist city crews clean up sidewalks, boulevards and road rights of way Thursday during Corridor Clean Up Day.
Fargo - Barbara Hartleben and her husband weren’t always big recyclers.
But when their kids made them converts to the green lifestyle, they took to recycling cans, bottles, newspapers, plastic, paint and electronics in a big way.
FARGO - From atop one of the massive six-story garbage piles at Fargo’s landfill, dozens of scavenging birds can be seen circling the scraps, and the distinct smell of natural gas fills the nostrils.
Paul Hanson, the landfill’s supervisor, stops his pickup on the highest peak overlooking 12th Avenue North and says that on a clear day you can see for miles.
GRAND RAPIDS, Minn. – Researchers continue to monitor bears fitted with GPS collars in northwest Minnesota as part of a study to learn more about the animals in an area that’s on the fringe of their range.
Brad Dokken, Forum News Service
, April 14, 2013
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