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When the pandemic halted classes at Jennie Tang's ceramics studio, she turned to other ways to keep the operation thriving.
The facility would have ancillary benefits for loggers and truckers, and its building materials would keep carbon locked up, expert says.
Cities around the country have long had to worry about roads. Now, with the help of volunteers, they’re also investing more heavily in trails.
New environmental rules could transform stove makers' business.
Nearly two million people visit the 12-day Minnesota State Fair every year. Visitors can take in live music, eat a lot of fried food and sweets, hop on carnival rides, and take in exhibits that celebrate the state’s agriculture industry. The fair is also a place for citizens to meet with their elected officials to discuss the big issues of the day, like a trade war.
Vanilla bean prices have been running between the equivalent of $1,000 and $1,200 per pound, nearly five times what it was a few years ago. And that’s rippling through the ice cream industry. One key reason for the increased cost is last year’s cyclone in leading vanilla producer Madagascar, which created a huge crop shortage. Larger […]
A new report outlines the challenges the health care system in rural communities faces.
Native Americans migrated to Minnesota centuries ago “where food grew on the water,” 500 years later, the wild rice harvest tradition is still being passed on.
The Diamond Match factory is one of three major wood products plants in Cloquet, Minn. But it’s slated to close later this summer, leaving Cloquet with a hole in both its history and economy.