Entries by MN Brownfields

Soil Reuse 2.0 Forum

Over 100 redevelopment professionals met May 15 in St. Paul to discuss a new Minnesota Brownfields report (Executive Summary, 11 pages) on current conditions and existing barriers to off-site soil reuse. View the program agenda. View Deb DeLuca and Steve Heurung’s presentation. View Breakout Group Discussion Notes. Read the full Report + Appendices (64 pages, […]

Soil Reuse Study Report

We’re pleased to share results from a 24-month study evaluating the potential for cost savings associated with the off-site reuse of soil at brownfield sites and the legal framework surrounding soil reuse. Study objectives were to: Gather site-specific data on soil-reuse activities, costs, and driving and limiting factors for soil reuse in Minnesota. Examine and […]

Program Survey

We’re refining our work program for the next 2 years, and need your input!  Please take this brief survey on our education, research, policy, and local assistance programs. Thanks in advance for your time.

MN Brownfield Annual Reports

The Board members of Minnesota Brownfields are proud to provide a summary of our mission-based activities and events through our Annual Reports. 2014 Annual Report 2013 Annual Report 2012 Annual Report 2011 Annual Report 2010 Annual Report 2009 Annual Report Our thanks to our many members, sponsors and friends for the support they have provided […]

Congratulations to the Winners of the 2013 ReScape Awards!

These projects were selected from a list of finalistsfor special recognition for excellence in brownfield cleanup and redevelopment. Community Impact Category: El Colegio – El Patio, Minneapolis Economic Impact Category: 
Canal Park Brewing, Duluth Environmental Impact Category: Robbinsdale Middle School, Robbinsdale Small City Impact Category:  Birch Lake Business Center, White Bear Township

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2013 Rescape Award

Minnesota Brownfields proudly offered this awards program recognizing exemplary brownfield redevelopment projects completed statewide. Winning projects featured transformation of abandoned or underutilized sites using innovative solutions to significant environmental issues. To view this year’s winners and the winners from previous years, go here.