Environment

Thousands of people venture into grizzly country daily and the vast majority are unarmed

Points North: Aware of Bears, But Not Afraid

Sometimes you ask a question and get an unexpected answer. Looking for information about trout fishing in the Canadian Rockies, I emailed a friend of a friend who lives in Alberta.


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Hudson Bay Bound expedition: Day 78 for first women to re-create 'Canoeing with the Cree' adventure

Buck spoke Aug. 19 by satellite phone with Natalie Warren and Ann Raiho, members of the Hudson Bay Bound expedition. They are re-creating Eric Sevareid's classic journey in 'Canoeing with the Cree' in an attempt to be the first women to do so, and to raise money for YMCA Camp Menogyn as well.


Early fall is making its first appearance up the Gunflint!

Wildersmith August 19

Pre-autumn is evolving steadily throughout the upper Trail territory. New eye-catching observations have added to the items mentioned in last week’s news.


BWCAW scene

Veteran Twin Cities journalist Don Shelby on hardrock sulfide mining proposed for northern Minnesota

Buck spoke Aug. 12 with Don Shelby, veteran journalist and MinnPost.com contributor, about the proposed PolyMet mine near Hoyt Lakes, the involvement of former BP CEO Tony Hayward, and what it could mean for the health of the BWCA Wilderness.


Fly Fishing at Sunset

Points North: After 25 Years, Angling Nomad Still Passionate About Fly Fishing

If you’ve spent time fly-fishing on the trout lakes of the Gunflint Trail, maybe you’ve met Reuben Swenson.


Gunflint Lake

Wildersmith August 12

The Full Sturgeon Moon marks a split of August in half as we near the end of week two.


Wolf with radio collar - Grand Portage

Dr. Seth Moore: Studying and Managing Wolves

August 10, 2011

Dr. Seth Moore is Director of Biology and Environment with the Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa.


Fawn

Wildersmith August 5

2011 in the upper Gunflint Territory is starting to show signs of aging as we compete the first week of August.


This month, be on the lookout for folks with buckets of blue, as well as a rising of the Blueberry Moon

Wildersmith July 29

With the fifth July weekend at hand, out northland bids farewell to month seven.