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Yes, please!

It would be wonderful to have an option like this for boaters entering the US from Canada on Saganaga Lake. https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/local-media-release/cbp-expands-roam-pilot-project Reporting Offsite Arrival – Mobile (ROAM) As part of U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) comprehensive effort to improve

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Get Outside and visit a State Park

Minnesota state parks to offer free admission on June 9 Gov. Mark Dayton is encouraging Minnesotans to get out and enjoy the state’s outstanding outdoor opportunities by proclaiming June 2018 as Great Outdoors Month. The proclamation cites the mental and

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Memorial Weekend Heatwave

We had a beautiful Memorial Weekend with plenty of sunshine. The temperature was in the 80’s and the water temperature heated up quickly into the 60’s. I haven’t been swimming on Memorial Weekend except for maybe one other time and

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The ice is gone!

It’s official! Saganaga Lake is ice free! These photos were taken this morning. Yipppeeee!You can see when other lakes in Minnesota became ice free by checking out the MN DNR website.  

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Saganaga holds onto its ice

An icy opener on Saganaga this year. Not enough to stand on but not enough to push through either. We’ll see what this week brings but we’re guessing it will be gone by next weekend!

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Hanging out hammocking

What else can you do on fishing opener in Minnesota? Hang out in hammocks with your friends in the woods!

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Interesting opportunity at Fort Ripley

Volunteer Actors at Conservation Officer Training Academy Use your acting skills to bring some “reality” to officer cadets training to become Conservation Officers. The Enforcement Training Academy needs volunteers to act in various training scenarios during Academy 18 at Camp

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Northern Lights dancing in the sky

This time of the year is such a magical time with all of the birds and wildlife making appearances. The other night it was made even better by the northern lights.  Cassidy took the first photo at Voyageur and our

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Sag Lake Landing ice status

At least the snow has melted off of the surface so the ice can start to melt!

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Seagull River spring thaw

Just so you know, the ice is slowly disappearing on the Seagull River.

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