Along the Shore
DULUTH—People come from all over the world to enjoy the beauty and serenity found in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. Some 200,000 annual visitors enter the Boundary Waters, making it the most visited unit in the National Wilderness Preservation System.
Ely—As tender-hearted as she was tough, Dorothy Molter was a dynamo of spirit. For over 56 years, she paddled, hiked, fished, skied and snowshoed across the pristine land she called
Tettegouche State Park—We all know northeastern Minnesota is a special place for myriad reasons. For some, it’s the wilderness; the quiet and solitude experienced from the bow of a canoe. For others, it’s the opportunity to
Grand Marais—Fisheries staff from the Minnesota DNR Grand Marais area office will conduct surveys and assessments on several Cook County lakes and streams during the next few months. Waters scheduled for surveys or assessments (by week) include:
May 23 Survey Brule River
Duluth—After years of clean water improvements, stocking and habitat projects, lake sturgeon are returning to the St. Louis River in larger numbers.
Fisheries staff at the Minnesota DNR are embarking on a new research project to study their growing numbers and learn more
Saganaga Lake—Visitors to the Gunflint Trail’s Chik-Wauk Museum will discover a new Nature Center.
“It will be the first building on the left as people drive in,” says director Bonnie Schutt.
The kid-friendly facility will have six stations where children learn about