Along the Shore
Duluth—The Forest Service recently published a Notice of Intent in the Federal Register, to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the proposed School Trust Land Exchange. The Forest Supervisor decided to prepare an
St. Paul—Recreational netting for whitefish and tullibee opens Friday, Oct. 9, on designated lakes that are less susceptible to sudden changes that impact water temperature, according to the Minnesota DNR.
These lakes, known as Schedule II lakes, offer recreational netting
St. Paul—A post-Labor Day report from the Minnesota DNR shows a significant increase in the number of people buying permits and staying overnight at Minnesota state parks and recreation areas in 2015 compared with 2014. Erika Rivers, director
Lutsen—Workforce housing remains a chronic problem in Cook County. Collective efforts are being made to address this problem on a county-wide basis through an affiliation of related groups and private business owners, including the “Go
SILVER BAY—What started as a part-time experiment to offer North Shore travelers the option to leave their beloved pooches in a comfy space, while their humans camped and canoed in the Boundary Waters, has quickly become the only dog boarding facility between Duluth and the Canadian border.
ELY—The Kekekabic Trail runs 41 miles between Snowbank Lake and the Gunflint Trail, traversing the heart of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. This year marks 25 years since volunteers reopened and took