What happens when the Midwest's farming industry threatens one of the finest trout streams in the region?
Dams are out in a new view of how to prevent river flooding in Minnesota.
Native American elders meet officials who want to route a highway over their sacred ground.
Protesters of expanded highway are back and armed with new support.
A report by the State Legislative Auditor finds "numerous weaknesses" in the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency's feedlot program.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has allegedly been lax in preventing feedlots from killing fish and polluting water.
Is industrial hemp the salvation of Minnesota agriculture or a link to the "drug culture"? Governor Jesse Ventura and the Minnesota Legislature are about to decide.
The goshawk may be the tool needed by environmentalists to preserve old-growth forests.
Many feel as though commerce is outweighing the need to preserve old-growth forests.
As clear-cutting methods become more efficient, many are concerned the wildlife that depends on older, diverse forests will suffer.
Part III of the series: Disappearing Amphibians.
Part II of the series: Disappearing Amphibians.
Part I of the series: Disappearing Amphibians.
Could the agency's approach itself be at the heart of many environmental problems?
The move to set aside more wilderness for motorized transport has focused new attention on timber-cutting around the BWCA.