Along the Shore
Gunflint Trail—On May 29, four women will push off from Wilderness Canoe Base (WCB) on Seagull Lake and set off on a wilderness journey. Their destination is York Factory, Manitoba, on the shores of Hudsons Bay, 1,239 miles and approximately 75 days away.
The trip is
Cook County—In Cook County, recurring wildfire is a fact of life. The wildest corner of Minnesota is a fire-driven ecosystem where periodic fires sweep across the boreal forest landscape, burning up the trees so the forest may
Thunder Bay—A gold strike is coming to Marina Park. On June 4, you can pan for gold as part of the fourth annual Mining Day. Over 30 exhibitors will have interactive displays and presentations in the park, demonstrating all aspects of mining and geology in northwestern Ontario.
Two Harbors—I often wonder what my neighbors think when they see me out in the yard, pounding on a log all day long. It must seem strange to the uninitiated, but what I’m actually up to is the process of harvesting one of the
Grand Marais—It takes creative and determined minds like those on the board of Oddz & Endz to turn a problem of excess into a project that repurposes unwanted items for positive impact.
Oddz & Endz is a non-profit business in Grand Marais that sells repurposed furniture
Gunflint Trail—Like many who make their pioneer visit to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, something sparked within Carl Madsen on those first few portages.
“My first trip was part of a college course with Iowa State University in 1989,” Madsen said. “We