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Weather on the Gunflint Trail

It’s been getting cold at night but we’ve had some nice warm sunshiny days on the Gunflint Trail over the past couple of weeks.

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Not too much longer

Hopefully all of our ice will be gone by fishing opener, our fingers are crossed.

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Find a path

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Getting ready to paddle

Matt’s getting ready for the paddling season, how about you? Can’t wait to see you at Voyageur Canoe Outfitters!  

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Birds of a feather

Flock together, move together and maneuver together according to an article by Deborah Byrd, really that’s her last name! How do flocking birds move in unison? By Deborah Byrd in Earth | April 25, 2018 How do some species of

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Superior Satellite Images

I think satellite images are super cool, especially when they are showing Lake Superior and snow coverage; pun intended. Snow and ice cover are quite impressive for the last week of April and if you’re looking for green when you’re

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Volunteerism

Did you know this week was National Volunteer week (April 15-21?) If you didn’t volunteer for anything last week it doesn’t matter, there are plenty of weeks in the year and opportunities to volunteer. Thousands Volunteer with the DNR Nearly

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Happy Earth Day!

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How will you celebrate Earth Day?

This year’s focus on Earth Day is to end plastic pollution. From poisoning and injuring marine life to disrupting human hormones, from littering our beaches and landscapes to clogging our waste streams and landfills, the exponential growth of plastics is

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Check out our dark sky

It’s time for the Lyrid meteor shower again and we’ve got a great place for you to watch them. No need to paddle a canoe into the middle of a lake to view them, just pull a lawn chair out

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