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Fall Scenes in October

Just a few photos of fall.

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Minnesota Wolf Population

I know our wolf population on the Gunflint Trail is healthy. Two times this summer when picking blueberries I heard wolves howl.  I saw their scat but unfortunately didn’t get to see them. Here’s what the Minnesota DNR has to

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Canoe Trip into the Quetico Park

When people plan a canoe trip into the Quetico Park from the end of the Gunflint Trail it usually involves getting a tow across Saganaga Lake from Voyageur Canoe Outfitters. We’re located right on the Seagull River with direct access

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Do I Need to Register My Canoe to Paddle in the BWCA?

Did you know you must have current registration on your canoe in order to paddle it in Minnesota? Some states do not require canoes to be registered but if you want to paddle it in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area

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Now You See Moose Now You Don’t?

Somehow I missed something earlier this month regarding our moose population. It turns out a petition sent to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service last year has them investigating whether or not our moose should be placed on the Endangered

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All Things Are a Go

The fishing opener is almost here! Are you ready? We sure hope so. SUPERIOR NATIONAL FOREST CONDITIONS GOOD FOR FISHING OPENER May 11, 2016, Duluth, MN – Conditions across the Superior National Forest are encouraging for the official opening of

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Snowing and Blowing

It’s been cold and windy the past few days and today it snowed. Thankfully it didn’t stick to the ground but it was depressing just the same. The rain we received along with the wind made some of the ice

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Wildfire Prevention Week on the Gunflint Trail

I think this should be longer than a week personally, but I guess having it at the beginning of the season helps us to keep it in the front of our mind throughout the summer.  The trees have not budded

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Morel Mushroom Hunting

I love to spend time looking for treasures. Whether I’m on a beach looking for shells, scouring a lake shore for agates, digging in an abandoned dump for old glass bottles or searching for blueberries it doesn’t seem to matter

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DNR Approves PolyMet Mine Plan

The Minnesota DNR approved the final environmental review for PolyMet Mine in Northern Minnesota. I find it incredulous the DNR believes PolyMet will do no harm to the environment. The DNR is supposed to protect our natural resources but they

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