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06/19 -Violence Prevention Center Brown Bag Lunch
06/20 -Master Gardeners available for consultation
06/20 -Gooseberry Falls State Park programs & activities
Join Buck Benson and Dick Swanson for a special broadcast of "The Roadhouse" live from the Wooden Boat Show at the North House Folk School campus in Grand Marais this Friday, June 21, from 5 to 7 p.m.! They'll speak with several of the featured speakers and instructors from this week's event. Tune in, stream WTIP online, or stop by the North House campus to see the action live!
Check out the latest edition of "Anishinaabe Way: Lives, Words & Stories of Ojibwe People"! In this segment, Anishinaabe Cook County High School student Czarina Crow shares a poem and talks about where she finds inspiration, poetry as an exploration of characters outside of her own experience, and why she likes poetry better than other kinds of writing. (Photo by Travis Novitsky)
Didn’t get enough of our First Thursday Community Conversation on economic development in Cook County? You can re-listen to the hour-long program, and while you’re there, check out a PDF of the latest version of the Cook County Economic Analysis. Stay tuned, as we will continue to bring you more information and discussion on this ongoing community conversation!
In a study conducted last summer, Lorena Rios Mendoza, assistant professor of chemistry at the University of Wisconsin-Superior, discovered evidence of accumulating plastic particles in the surface water of Lake Superior, Lake Erie and Lake Huron. While the study is still in its early stages, in this edition of the Lake Superior Project, Mendoza explains what she's discovered so far and what it could mean for the Great Lakes. Check it out!
Funding from Minnesota’s Clean Water, Land & Legacy Amendment is enabling WTIP, in conjunction with AMPERS independent public radio stations across the state, to take part in preserving Minnesota’s history and cultural heritage through programming features. Learn more and check out our projects here. Photo by Travis Novitsky