Mike Crook, prescribed fire specialist with the USFS in Grand Marais, stopped by Studio A May 27 to talk with Buck and Bob about his recent working trip to Ethiopia, where he helped teach effective prescribed fire practices to the local residents.
There is no denying that the bugs are bad this year. Over the Memorial Day weekend, we sold almost 200 head nets and bug shirts.
The Grand Marais Park Board met on June 7. Music in Harbor Park, an outdoor classroom project proposal and plans for a new footpath entrance to the Rec Park were on the agenda.
It’s deer tick season and these are the ticks that carry Lyme Disease. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoken with Dr. Sandy Stover about the deer tick collection at Sawtooth Mountain Clinic.
From the Arctic to the Everglades, impacts like rising sea levels, warmer temperatures, loss of sea ice, and changing precipitation patterns are affecting the species Americans care about, the se
Artist Open House is a series of features on local artists in Cook County. WTIP’s Jay Andersen has this profile on one of the North Shore’s best known painters, Howard Sivertson
We had some impressive thunderstorms roll along the North Shore early Tuesday, and then again later in the day.
Northbound Interstate 35 will close from 11:59 p.m., Monday, June 13, to 5 a.m., Tuesday, June 14, as crews set beams for the new paper mill bridge.
An informational meeting will be held at Itasca Community College about the proposed delisting of the gray wolf in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with U.S.
The Minnesota Hospital Association and state Health Department are organizing a coalition of hospitals and licensing boards to identify and close loopholes in drug-handling protocols that make it easi
The Outdoor Classroom Program is a natural history field guide series centered on the Grand Marais harbor. It was funded mainly through an $80,000 matching grant from Minneso
Local naturalist and retired teacher Larry Weber joins us each Saturday morning to share his observations on what's going on in the great outdoors.
The Superior National Forest is purchasing native jack pine cones now through July 1. Collected seeds will support reforestation efforts in northeastern forests.