Study: Rain and snow can transport chemicals to Minnesota's lakes, rivers.

A new study offers an explanation to the mystery of why pharmaceuticals and other chemicals are found in remote Minnesota lakes, far from developed land that would create contaminated runoff.

A new study offers an explanation to the mystery of why pharmaceuticals and other chemicals are found in remote Minnesota lakes, far from developed land that would create contaminated runoff.

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Concern grows over effects of treated seeds on birds.

Minnesota researchers are finding cause for concern about the effects on wild birds of neonicotinoid insecticide, which has been linked to bee losses for nearly a decade.

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Farmers, beekeepers put aside differences to aid bees.

Dan Gunderson · Jamestown, N.D. · Sep 7, 2017

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Honey bee losses slow over last year, but still a concern.

Honeybees are seen at the J & P Apiary and Gentzel's Bees, Honey and Pollination Company on May 19, 2015 in Homestead, Florida. Joe Raedle | Getty Images file

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EPA violated law in approving products dangerous to bees, butterflies.

Dan Gunderson · Moorhead, Minn. · May 9, 2017

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Pollinator protections facing obstacles at Capitol.

An effort by the Dayton administration to protect pollinators is running into opposition at the Legislature and key provisions appear to be dead for the session.

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Drug traces found in state waters may be enough to harm fish, agency finds.

Dan Gunderson · Moorhead, Minn. · Jan 12, 2017

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Seeing problems on the horizon, counties seek delay in buffer law.

County officials are seeking a delay in implementing a law designed to prevent runoff pollution into lakes and streams.

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