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Markets for recycled paper, reducing plastics

April 4, 2019

NRRI helps inventor develop compostable food trays using local recycled paper pulp to reduce food service plastics.
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Change is coming to the Northland

April 3, 2019

Climate change scenarios spur community-wide discussion of how Duluth can respond to impacts -- from infrastructure to economics.
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Online mapping tool provides information for decision-making

February 28, 2019

NE MN is now captured in an online Natural Resources Atlas to allow access to hundreds of layers of data.
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Prototype part helps engineer clean machine

February 28, 2019

NRRI's Prototype Lab has unique material to help UMD students build a cleaner snowmobile for international competition.
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Will Duluth become a climate refuge city?

February 20, 2019

Our Climate Futures conference, March 19 & 20, to address climate change scenarios and adaptation strategies.
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Harvest guidelines leave land managers stumped

January 29, 2019

Understanding what's best for wildlife after tree harvesting is not straightforward. NRRI scientists are unraveling the research.
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Grad student gets geology variety at NRRI

January 29, 2019

A passion for rocks leads woman to UMD and NRRI to become a multi-faceted geologist.
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NRRI pays tribute to Tom Rukavina

January 8, 2019

NRRI celebrates the legislative legacy of Tom Rukavina.
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NRRI student researcher heads to D.C.

January 3, 2019

NRRI gives graduate student research opportunities that lead to Knauss Fellowship in Washington, D.C.
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NRRI lab moves solid biofuel toward commercialization

December 4, 2018

Forest management strategies in the Northwest results in excess biomass. NRRI is helping to turn it into a valuable fuel source.

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