STAFF BLOG OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK Apparent rock shortage in canoe country
Thomas Wahlstrom, a Minnesota Department of Natural Resources conservation officer at Tofte focused his enforcement action in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness this past week, along with other... Posted on 8/30/10 at 4:36 PM
STAFF BLOG NEWS TRIBUNE ATTIC July 4 BWCAW blowdown
Today the Attic offers the second installment of two significant Northland events that marked their 10-year anniversaries this week.
On July 4, 1999, Mother Nature sent a furious wind strom through th... Posted on 7/3/09 at 4:00 AM
ELY — Bass have brought us here. Smallmouth bass that are likely to be near the shallows, where we can ply them with jigs by day and fly rods by evening. The two of us have come in late May to the canoe country just north of the Canadian border.
It was 100 years ago Thursday when Teddy Roosevelt signed Presidential Proclamation No. 848 establishing the Superior National Forest. Filled with beauty and resources, loved by many, haunted by controversy for most of its existence, the forest has a reach well beyond its boundaries.
Online applications for Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness camping and day-use permits will open Dec. 1 again this year, but the U.S. Forest Service has made several changes in the process.
Applications now must be made at the www.recreation.gov Web site, which is a change from last year. All users, even those who made online applications before on the now defunct www.bwcaw.org site, must create a new account at the new site.
The Duluth City Council last night passed a resolution to charge motorists a fee to park on streets overnight. The fee of $8 per quarter is set for automobile parking between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. on all streets.
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