Two from Grand Portage State Park are Third Thursday guests

Entry to Visitor Center, Grand Portage State Park. Photo: Bryan Hansel
Entry to Visitor Center, Grand Portage State Park. Photo: Bryan Hansel

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In 1985 Lloyd K. Johnson sold 178 acres of the land adjoining High and Middle Falls on the Pigeon River to the state and donated an additional 129 acres. Finally, in the fall of 1994, Grand Portage State Park was open for business.

Join Jay Andersen for an interesting and informative interview with Grand Portage State Park Manager Rick Novitsky and Park Naturalist Anna Deschampe – on WTIP’s June Third Thursday Community Conversation.

Rick and Anna talk about the traditions, history and culture of Grand Portage, the state park and what the community means to them personally.

Rick Novitsky and Anna Deschampe, the June edition of Third Thursday Community Conversation…only on WTIP North Shore Community radio.


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