"Sled Dogs to Saint Paul: The Race for Clean Water," a documentary
Dave & Amy Freeman of Wilderness Classroom report on their adventure from New Jersey & Hurricane Sandy-
Buck spoke by phone Nov. 2 with Dave & Amy Freeman of Wilderness Classroom. They're on a 2 1/2-year, 11,000+ mile journey by dogsled, canoe and kayak, and just happened to be in New Jersey as Hurricane Sandy bore down on the East Coast.
There are a lot of ways climate change stands to affect Lake Superior.
Deane Morrison is a science writer at the University of Minnesota, where she authors the Minnesota Starwatch column.
We stopped at Smokey’s Place for dinner two nights in a row because we were in the vicinity, even though we drove nearly 20 miles to get there.
Out There is a monthly segment from WTIP volunteer and commentator Shelby Gonzalez.
Lake Superior diver Mark Wick tells stories of steamship America, which sank off Isle Royale nearly 100 years ago-
Matthew Brown visited with diver Mark Wick Oct. 26 about the steamship America. His third cousin was first mate on the ship when it sank off Isle Royale after hitting a submerged reef; everyone aboard was saved. The wreck is a popular dive site today, as it is in fairly protected water, and the bow is just a few feet from the surface. Mark speaks at this year's Gales of November conference in Duluth, Nov. 2 & 3.