Exploring solar panels is an exciting process for homeowners who are able to take the step towards being nearly energy self-reliant, but speaking with a homeowner association for approval can seem complicated and daunting. Check out this post for tips on seeking solar panel approval with an HOA!
It’s estimated that Dakota County has saved tax payers $900,000 in 2016 alone as a result of their volunteer programs for everything from pulling invasive species to being a Master Recycler/Composter.
Our rain events in Minnesota have been getting more intense. How will our cities respond to these changes to keep us safe from overflowing lakes and flooded roads?
The good news is that your local watershed district may be offering opportunities to help share the costs when it comes doing something like installing a raingarden or restoring native habitats.
The Rochester Energy Commission has completed an Energy Action Plan to save the city thousands of dollars and move Rochester closer to its energy goals. But, not all on Council are seeing the win-win.
For those of you who aren’t familiar with buckthorn, it’s an invasive tree (some consider it to be a shrub) that is all but impossible to get rid of.
Despite it getting to be cool, the problem at times seems overwhelming.
Community Coordinators, John Anderson and Avery Hildebrand, and Public Engagement Director Jaclyn Urness, helped me skip out of work for a bit yesterday to go birdwatching.