Workers with Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest plan to burn approximately 2,500 acres near Iron River starting today and continuing on Saturday.
Wildlife officials have increased daily walleye bag limits for anglers on many northern Wisconsin lakes starting Saturday as the spearing season winds down for the six bands of Chippewa in the northern part of the state.
Wildlife officials have increased daily walleye bag limits for anglers on many northern Wisconsin lakes starting Saturday as the spearing season winds down for the six bands of Chippewa in the northern part of the state.RELATED CONTENT
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton vetoed two provisions of a bill funding outdoors and arts projects, saying a House committee ignored a citizen advisory panel.
The annual river cleanup set for 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday will focus on Clough Island, a designated natural area.
The plan by Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest workers is scheduled for the coming days.
Hartley Nature Center staff members will guide groups through a different section of the park on walks today, June 12 and July 17.
The U.S. National Grid has existed for decades, but its use on rescue signs is relatively new. In Lake County, the so-called Minnesota Marker system has been in use only since summer 2011.RELATED CONTENT
White-tailed deer across the Northland have started to have their fawns, and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is urging people to leave the little dears alone.
Chris Edquist and Chad Clough won the Twin Ports Walleye Association’s Berg Construction Walleye Cup on Saturday and Sunday on the St. Louis River in Duluth.
Newly published research has found that Lake Superior’s warming water is probably already affecting its most abundant big fish.RELATED CONTENT
Like aspens after a forest fire, visitors crowded St. Croix State Park.RELATED CONTENT
Anglers have enjoyed sunshine and fishing early this season at the Island Lake bridge.RELATED CONTENT
The scene couldn’t have been more idyllic in a purely North Shore way. On one side of the river, a rock cliff rose vertically for perhaps 40 feet. Lush cedar trees clung to the rock, defying all natural laws.RELATED CONTENT