Support for Field Notes with Molly Hoffman comes from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
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Sawtooth Clinic and the Grand Portage Health Center are involved in a survey of women, infants and mercury in fish WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with Patricia McCann from the Minnesota Department of
Gus explores the importance of quiet in his life - and explains that finding quiet can often be difficult.
Are wild blueberries an important part of your summer? Or maybe you work to have them all year long! Producer Ada Igoe shares her thoughts on this special time of year.
The Cook County fire departments had their quarterly meeting recently.
Pete Harris is a science and research coordinator at Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center near Finland, Minnesota.
Mae Davenport is the associate professor in the Department Forest Resources at the University of Minnesota.
Calling all artists!
Buck & Ann welcomed local singer-songwriter Maria Nickolay to The Roadhouse July 25 for fun conversation and beautiful music. She's playing at several venues around the county this summer.
The Gordon Family owns and operates Amicus Adventure Sailing in Knife River.
George Wilkes is the Grand Marais GreenStep Cities co-chair. He spoke to WTIP about about how the GreenStep Cities program can help communities become more sustainable.
Dalmation Toadflax and Spotted Knapweed are two major invasive species in Cook County. WTIP spoke with Angelique Edgerton of the Cook County Invasive Team to learn more.
Author James Norton and his wife, photographer Becca Dilley, recently put out a new book, "Lake Superior Flavors: A Field Guide to Food and Drink along the North Shore." They tell stories of
Ryan Hueffmeier is a junior scientist with the Natural Resources Research Institute. He came to Grand Marais, Minnesota, to conduct a workshop on vernal pools.