The popular boat launch at Boy Scout Landing on the St. Louis River in New Duluth will be closed for about two months this summer for improvements, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.RELATED CONTENT
After a tough summer last year, muskie anglers on the St. Louis River aren’t sure how fishing will be this summer.RELATED CONTENT
Welcome to Voyageurs National Park — Minnesota’s only national park — a sparkling vista of water, woods and wilderness that straddles the Minnesota-Ontario border five hours and a world away from the Twin Cities.RELATED CONTENT
“Like water, I have no skin...only surface tension.” Gretel Erlich
Sept. 1 — Minnesota bear opener; Minnesota early goose season opener.
Minnesota Master Naturalist volunteer trainings offered at these locations. Cost: $200, including materials. Call (888) 241-4532, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or go to www.MinnesotaMasterNaturalist.org to register.
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Go the distance Maybe this is the summer to do something big. How about hiking the Greenstone Ridge Trail the length of Isle Royale National Park? Allow five days. For more information, go to nps.gov/isro.
Before Brian Jensen’s mobile app showed up in the sporting goods sections of hundreds of Walmart stores, the Sun Prairie, Wis., native got all but skunked on a fishing trip to northern Minnesota.
A total of 1,214 Kamloops rainbow trout were captured this spring at the French River trap, according to Nick Peterson, Department of Natural Resources fisheries specialist at French River. That was down slightly from the 1,241 fish trapped there last year.RELATED CONTENT
Robin Washington column: One of Duluth’s hidden treasures is Seven Bridges Road. One of the reasons is three sets of Jersey barriers — at the bottom, about a third of the way up the hill, and at the top.RELATED CONTENT
A new playground at Lester Park was installed Saturday by members of Cub Scout Pack 15, Boy Scout Troop 15, their leaders and parents, four city of Duluth employees and a playground company representative.RELATED CONTENT
An advisory to avoid water contact at Duluth’s Boy Scout Landing beach has been lifted.
More than 150 acres owned by nature photographer Craig Blacklock in Carlton County will be permanently protected from development through conservation easements announced Wednesday.