What’s the easiest way to strike up a climate conversation?

You’re here because you’re concerned about our warming planet–because you want to secure our healthy climate future. And, you might be thinking, “Okay, what’s next? How can I make a difference?” Well, a recent Yale study tells us that conversations will be essential to achieving climate solutions. Perhaps that sounds simplistic, perhaps you wanted more–but…

Tiff Singh Has Discovered the Ingredients to a Climate-Smart Future

I’m a baker. I really enjoy sharing freshly baked bread with people—I love that it brings them so much joy. So, now, as I contemplate how I’ll do my part to address the climate challenge, and how I might encourage others to do the same, it’s clear to me that food will play a central…

MN United FC’s Collin Martin Wants to Have a Conversation

I moved to Minnesota three years ago to play soccer and learned quickly that Minnesotans love their lakes, their parks, and outdoor spaces. Whether you hunt, fish, snowmobile or mountain bike, outdoor spaces are where we clear our heads. We connect to nature and renew our energy to engage in the world around us. But,…

Do you ULLU?

That’s the first thing Minnesotans read when they arrive at ULLU.cc—a site that supports a new approach to a familiar conversation. In fact, Minnesotans like us ULLU all the time. At home, at work, in our neighborhoods—out on the lake and in the woods. So, what does it mean to ULLU, exactly? Well, it means…

Heroes? Sheroes? Or Superheroes?

The Minnesota State Fair is here—cheese curds, corn dogs (pronto pups?), roasted corn, and the giant slide. Of course, a visit to the fair wouldn’t be complete without a tour of the 4H animal exhibits the first week, the FFA animals the second week, and the Miracle of Life barn where live(!) animals seem to…

The solution is out there – Be a part of it

From the heart of the Twin Cities to the small towns of America’s heartland, folks of every stripe are thinking about the climate challenge differently. For many of us, we can’t ignore what we’re seeing right in our own backyards. Beyond what we observe, of course, is a growing mountain of scientific evidence—and a desire…