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Save the Boundary Waters from destructive non-native invasive species

It’s a special time of the year on the Gunflint Trail. The trees are budding and new plants are emerging from the earth every day.  Living on the Gunflint Trail is a privilege we don’t take lightly. The Gunflint Trail

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Please Pick the Lupines

There are invasive wildflowers all over but none receive as much hatred from me as the lupine. Why does this extremely destructive invasive bother me so much? I think it is because so many people love lupines. If I didn’t

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Lupine Lovers Outraged

Sometimes I say things in my blog that I don’t actually expect people to do. I want to apologize to the family who allowed their daughter to eat lupine seeds and ended up in the hospital.  I had know idea

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Take Time to Stop to Smell, Pick and Eat the Lupines

Almost everyone thinks the big patches of spiky flowers in the ditches along Highway 61 and now the Gunflint Trail are pretty.  They come in pink, purple and white and cover large areas of land and are called lupines. Those

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