Viewpoints

Sun
04
Sep

DNR Q & A: Characteristics of old-growth forests

Minnesota Department of Natural Resources field staff, resource managers and the DNR Information Center staff answer many questions every day about natural resources topics. Here is one of them:

Q. What are the characteristics of old-growth forests, and where in Minnesota can you find them? 

Wed
31
Aug

Letter: Connie Bernardy reelection campaign promises

To the Editor:

 

Wed
31
Aug

Letter: SADD about smoking

To the Editor:

 

Tue
30
Aug

Join the PolliNATION


A bumblebee drinks nectar from an anise hyssop flower. The perennial, native prairie plant is a member of the mint family.

Angie Hong - Washington Conservation District

Would you care to try on my rose-colored glasses for a while? I promise they’ll make you feel better about the world.

Sun
28
Aug

Wild experience in nation’s most popular national park — Great Smoky Mountains


Great Smoky Mountains, which straddles North Carolina and Tennessee, attracts people from around the country and is the most visited national park.

A reminder that the journey is as important as the destination

Sun
28
Aug

DNR Q & A: What are some good bugs?

Minnesota Department of Natural Resources field staff, resource managers and the DNR Information Center staff answer many questions every day about natural resources topics. Here is one of them:

Q. I hear a lot about invasive insects like emerald ash borer and gypsy moths, but what are some of the good bugs that help keep our forests healthy?

 

Wed
24
Aug

Scammers tune up classic scams

Various schemes take new track 

Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota

 

Wed
24
Aug

KSTP Radio


The original address for the KSTP radio transmitter building was 2792 North Highway 61, but is now 2792 Maplewood Drive.

Brenda Rudberg

Maplewood Heritage Preservation Commission

 

Tue
23
Aug

Letter: ‘No excuse’ for Roseville post office lines

To the Editor:

 

Sun
21
Aug

Beware of “Spear Phishing”

Lori Swanson
Minnesota Attorney General

In the “Land of 10,000 Lakes,” everybody knows what “fishing” is, and many people are also familiar with “phishing” scams. “Phishing” occurs when a criminal sends an email impersonating a financial institution, government agency, or reputable company and asks the recipient to verify their personal or financial information. Today’s scam artists have now turned to a more sophisticated, targeted, and profitable version of the scam, known as “spear phishing.” 

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