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Industries Served

The earth is our jobsite.

The desire to Heal the Earth permeates from the individual landowner to the Federal government. MNL is proud to work and partner with the following industries and organizations.

Corporate Campuses

Native prairies, stormwater ponds and rain gardens are great additions to corporate campuses. They beautify the area for employees and add crucial environmental benefits to otherwise unused space.

Municipal, County, State and Federal

MNL provides a multitude of products and services to our governmental partners. From township volunteers to the National Park System, we provide seeds, plants, and vegetation management solutions of all varieties and sizes.

Engineers and Architects

MNL enjoys collaborating with all our design partners. We provide resourceful and experienced ecological guidance, site appropriate seed mixes & plants, design and specification assistance, and a variety of supplemental professional services.

New Housing Developers, HOA, CIA, Apartments

Multi-housing communities and developments confidently turn to MNL for successful design and installation assistance. Adding native prairies and rain gardens not only provide economic benefits, but also introduce beautiful and habitat friendly areas throughout the development.

Non Profits, NGO, Tribal Governments:

MNL proudly partners with our non-profit, tribal, and NGO associates. Our team has successfully completed extensive projects for groups such as The Nature Conservancy (TNC), Xerces Society, Audubon Society and other organizations aligned with our focus to Heal the Earth.

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MNL is widely recognized as the leader in ecological improvements and agrivoltaic management in the energy industry. Our years of expert consultation, complete portfolio of services, and exceptional installation craftsmanship has produced thousands of acres of native grasses and pollinator habitats planted and professionally managed.

Soil and Water Conservation Districts

MNL proudly partners with SWCD’s and their mission to conserve and develop soil, water, and related natural resources on rural and urban lands. Prairie plantings, stream restorations, and seed offerings are a few of the many ways MNL serves SWCD’s throughout the area.

Case studies

The impact of our work from concept to completion.

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Wildflower at Lake Elmo

MNL’s work with Engstrom’s Wildflower at Lake Elmo began in 2015 with site preparation. Natural areas were cleared of buckthorn and other weedy vegetation….

North Star Solar

North Star Solar is a 100 MW project near North Branch MN. Once completed it will be the largest solar site in the Midwest, producing enough energy to power around 20,000 homes…

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Minnesota Zoo

This project consists of 5 large parking lot islands that MNL has converted to wildflower dominated prairie areas. Each prairie island is bordered by low-mow fescue to maintain sightlines around roadways …

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Eldridge Rain Gardens

In the spring of 2016, MNL began work on repair of 5 old and underperforming rain gardens. This project consisted of removing existing soils and plant debris, adding rain garden soil mixture,…

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Shoreline Restoration – Upper Hay Lake

The project goal was to re-establish a uniform and stable soft-armored lakeshore. Installation included 100 linear feet of coir log, import and placement of 12 cubic yards of clean fill, coir blanket …

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Prince of Peace Church Rain Garden

In 2014, MNL began work on the creation of two rain gardens at Prince of Peace Church in Roseville. These rain gardens collect runoff from parking lot and roadway areas much more effectively than the previous turf lawn could…

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Locust Hills Development

This restoration project began in 2006 with clearing of buckthorn and other invasive tree material over acres of future development. Since then, wetlands, prairies, woodlands, shorelines, outlots…

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Crow River Bank Stabilization Project

The project entailed the stabilization of approximately 500 linear feet of eroding bank on the Crow River in St. Michael, MN. Included in the stabilization was a number of bio-engineering practices…