Music from the Tip O’ the Arrowhead is the new exhibit planned at the Cook County Historical Society.
The sustainability studies minor available at the U of MN allows students to make sustainability part of any academic program, helping students recognize the conflicts and trade-offs between economic growth, social equity, and environmental health. Beth Mercer-Taylor, coordinator of sustainability education at the U, spoke with Will Moore Mar. 27 about the program and why it's important. Learn more about sustainability studies at the U.
Aaron Brown is producer and host of the Great Northern Radio Show, a live variety show from KAXE in Grand Rapids. He chatted with Will Moore Mar. 27 about the show and how he puts it together. During April, WTIP will air archived editions of the Great Northern Radio Show during the regular Roadhouse slot, 5 to 7 p.m. Fridays. Aaron and his crew bring the show to the Arrowhead Center for the Arts in Grand Marais Sat., June 13. Learn more about Aaron here and the Great Northern Radio show here.
Lissa Radke, the Lake Superior Binational Forum's U.S. coordinator, spoke with Ann Possis Mar. 27 about their loss of funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The future of the forum, which has been working since 1991 to protect the world's largest lake, is in question. Lissa explained what the forum has accomplished and how its work might proceed without the help of the EPA. To learn more, go to www.superiorforum.org.
Things are gearing up for summer at the Grand Marais Rec Park. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with park manager Dave Tersteeg
Crowd funding is growing in popularity with people looking to start or continue a business. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Karli Wiinanen about her venture with Devil Track Lodge.
Illegal steel dumping is taking its toll on the Iron Range. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with 8th District Congressman Rep. Rick Nolan.
MNsure has a special enrollment period now through the end of April. The non-insured penalty increases, so you may want to avoid that.