Event geared towards educating the community about climate change coming to Owatonna

By ASHLEY STEWART OWATONNA — While conversations about climate change have circulated at the national and international levels for years, organizers of Climate Minnesota want people to know its impacting Minnesota communities, like Owatonna, too. And area residents will have an opportunity to learn more about those impacts as well as what’s being done […]

Climate Minnesota featured on 8/26/15 edition of the Owatonna Today Show

Published on Aug 26, 2015 Host Francy Hall talks with Kim Purscell and Chef Tim Cockram about the Steele County History Center’s Farm To Table Culinary Experience Fundraiser; then with Katie Siegner from Climate Generation-A Will Steger Legacy, about their convening in Owatonna in September. Owatonna Today Show is produced by Leanne T. Alt, The […]

Climate Minnesota storytelling encourages easy conversation

Duluth, MN ( — A public education project focused on climate change has made its way to Duluth. At the Climate Generation workshop, experts, community leaders and members highlighted the impacts of climate change and focused on innovate solutions used to address the problem. Discussions included using aquaponics to reduce energy and water waste from […]

Climate Change Campaign Begins In MN

DULUTH, Minn. – A two-year climate change education project is launching throughout Minnesota. State and local environmental groups are traveling to 12, including Duluth, to raise awareness and find local solutions to the problem. “It’s a really scary issue and it would be great if we could all believe it’s not happening, but it is. And […]

Climate change forum tonight at Duluth Depot

A public forum to discuss climate change will be held tonight at the Depot in downtown Duluth. The event begins with a resource fair at 6:15 p.m., followed by the forum – or “convening” – from 6:45-9:15 p.m. It’s hosted by Climate Generation: A Will Steger Legacy (formerly the Will Steger Foundation) and the University […]

Duluth eco-vigilance event is May 18

By Michael Kooi on May 15, 2015 at 4:11 p.m. For many months now, my colleagues at Sustainable Twin Ports and I have used this space to share suggestions for living a more sustainable life. These tips have pertained to everything from gift-giving to poop-scooping. But nearly all of them have two things in common: […]