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Articles from the marketing and communications staff at NRRI. 

Developing new technologies to clean up polluted water keeps environmental engineer busy

What exactly is a Postdoc? And what research are they doing at NRRI?

House filling up for the holidays? Laundry piling up, too? Sustainability blogger Tiffany shares tips for an ecofriendly laundry room.

The complex nature of NRRI research keeps Safety Program Manager, Jean Cranston, busy and innovative.

NRRI's fast-growing hybrid poplar tree is showing its worth as an environmental clean-up tool in U.S. Forest Service trials.

NRRI is developing protocols to understand the effectiveness of peatland restoration efforts, while testing and refining monitoring methods that can be applied to other sites.

Sulfate in Minnesota water bodies is a statewide problem. NRRI researchers are developing three different solutions for a variety of applications.

Chemists patent novel binder material from waste resources for a variety of applications.

NRRI's own Sustainability Guru, Tiffany Sprague, shares tips for fall yard maintenance that preserves habitat for wildlife and protect streams.

Collecting the eDNA of invasive species informs prevalence and spread in Northern Minnesota lakes