In this edition of WTIP's ongoing historical series, Moments in Time, we talk with Willard Nelson of Lutsen. Nelson's grandparents were the founders of Lutsen Resort and Willard gre
It's a tiny bird with a big voice. WTIP’s Jay Andersen talks with naturalist Chel Anderson about winter wrens.
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After years of writing and teaching, Grand Marais poet Ralph Latham has produced a slim volume of poems.
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We take in a lot more information then we know. Sometimes that adds up to intuition. Can we trust it?
Finding the wisdom to deal with what shows up and letting go of how it is supposed to be.
Parker Palmer summarized what is needed to heal democracy is citizens with a combination of chutzpah and humility.
Most of us have an inner critic and the quality of our days are directly impacted by how much it shows up. Exploring the inner critic and how to gently disengage it.
On May 21, Becky Rom, one of the founders of the Sustainable Ely project gave a presentation in Grand Marais about the effects of copper and precious metal mining in Northeastern Minnesota, including
If you’d like to learn more about restoring and managing your forest property, there’s a Landowner Workshop this Friday that can help you. WTIP volunteer Julie Carlson spoke with Way
There are services available for folks needing assistance with housing in our area, as well as those experiencing crisis situations. WTIP host Julie Carlson spoke with Michelle Lampton