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A career dedicated to avian science leads to ornithology award for NRRI Scientist Jerry Niemi.

NRRI published its first annual report for fiscal year 2016 (July 2015 - June 2016). Available in print (by request) or online.

NRRI helps find markets for used construction materials while a social enterprise creates jobs, teaches skills in the northland.

A need to nest in old tree cavities means the American marten has something to tell us about long-range forest planning.

A new study aimed at estimating the value of NRRI finds the institution is giving back to Minnesota tenfold on its investment.

NRRI is investigating whether abandoned mine pits and shafts can serve the state's renewable energy future as energy storage facilities.

Cliffs contacted NRRI's minerals lab in 2007 to determine if their United Taconite mine could produce high-fluxed pellets.

Research unveils importance of ice and snow cover to algal growth

Biological changes in microscopic organisms on the bottom of the Great Lakes food chain send up a big red flag to scientists.

New EPA rules back in 2001 forced municipalities to address and reduce harmful stormwater impacts.