Along the Shore
St. Paul—Customer service improvements are coming to Minnesota state parks and recreation areas this summer. According to DNR Parks and Trails Division director Erika Rivers, the following changes, which take effect in early May,
Grand Marais—North House Folk School purchased a building across Hwy 61 from its campus.
“It’s been great to work with our long-time neighbors to make this important step forward” said Greg Wright, North House’s executive director. “Our goals are simple: An additional,
Gunflint Trail—Mink Lake is familiar to many—a haven for trout fishing, or as a favorite swimming hole and canoeing spot just far enough out of town; a small taste of the Boundary Waters and gem of the Superior National Forest.
Hermantown—Humans aren’t the only creatures who suffer from aches and pains. So do dogs. Often, dogs in pain are treated with medication, some of which can be harmful to a dog’s kidneys or liver with long-term use. For some
St. Paul—Minnesota’s moose population remains low despite a slowing population decline during the past five years, according to the Minnesota DNR.
Results from the 2016 aerial moose survey indicate that the population change from an estimated 3,450 in 2015 to 4,020 in 2016 is not statistically
Kaministiqua—The soft blanket of winter’s snow disguises the harsh reality of the wild, such as wolf attacks on dogs. Some years are worse than others, but this year seems to be a particularly nasty one. Just look on social networks