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Moose thrive in areas affected by fire

An article written by Marshall Helmberger and published by the Ely Timberjay says fire is good for moose. Moose researchers find moose are doing very well in the almost 200,000 acres of recently burned forest within and around the Boundary

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Saganaga Lake Boundary Waters Trip

Layne Kennedy shared this video of his Boundary Waters Canoe trip on Saganaga this past summer. His dog Mazzie is the star. It sure makes me long for those summer days in the BWCA. Mazzie Goes Camping from Layne Kennedy

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Where’s the Beach on the Gunflint Trail?

It’s sometimes difficult to remember that not everyone who visits the Gunflint Trail knows something about the geology of the area. For those who have no idea at all here’s an excerpt from the Cook County Visitors Bureau website. Geological

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Crew BWCA Canoe Trip

Hannah, Tony and Ryan went on a Boundary Waters Canoe Trip this past weekend. They had a gorgeous day on Friday for paddling and a windy one on Saturday.  They entered the BWCA at Cross Bay and traveled via Ham

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First of July Feels Like Fall

If I had awakened from a coma today and someone asked me to guess what day it was I would have never guessed it was the first of July. The sun was hidden behind the clouds for the majority of

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Boundary Waters Campsites Open

The bear problem has been solved apparently. Here’s a note from the USFS. The campsites on Caribou and Little Caribou will be opened tomorrow August 20, 12:01 am for visitor use in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.   There have

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