On October 17 Darby and Geri Nelson celebrated the release of Darby’s newest book, For Love of a River: The Minnesota. Darby is an aquatic ecologist, biology professor emeritus at … Read more Darby Nelson launches book: For Love of a River: The Minnesota
As a student at St. John’s University, Rob McManus has designed a project that puts him solidly in the professional research world. Interning with Dr. Carrie Jennings at Freshwater, he … Read more Ripple Effect: Freshwater’s mission in action
Meet Jambay, faculty of Watershed Hydrology, Statistics, and Forestry at College of Natural Resources, Royal University of Bhutan and visiting researcher at Freshwater. Jambay joins Freshwater for four months as … Read more Freshwater welcomes Fellow from Bhutan
On a summer evening in northeast Minneapolis, a dozen people in garden gloves gathered to weed and plant a four-block stretch of blooming raingardens. Butterflies and bees joined the pollinator-friendly … Read more From eyesore to enchanting: neighbors make a difference for water
Lake Superior is aptly named for many reasons, including its stature as Minnesota’s largest and most iconic freshwater resource. As the largest freshwater lake on Earth (by surface area), … Read more Climate change impacts: Lake Superior record water levels appear at record speed
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