Ann Possis spoke Sept. 16 with Lee Frelich, director of the Center for Forest Ecology at the U of MN, about likely effects of the Pagami Creek Fire on the BWCAW forest.
Buck chatted with musician Lindsay Mac Sept. 16. She was in town for Mountain Stage and Unplugged X, and brought her new four-string guitar to Studio A to play a few songs.
The Pagami Creek Fire is now 30% contained. The size decreased to 93,669 acres because of more accurate GPS mapping on the northwest side.
Bears hibernate, but many don’t consider them true hibernators. We do have three mammals locally who truly hibernate.
To use an intriguing metaphor – seasonal fruit as spaceship.
According to some natural resource experts the moose population in our region could disappear within a decade. We’ve been asking our listeners for their thoughts on moose in the Arrowhead.
The Pagami Creek Fire is now 23% contained. The size remains unchanged at 93,898 acres.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Click on the above link to download the most recent map available at this time of the Pagami Creek Fire line, from Wednesday, September 14. The map shows the uncontrolled fire edge in red.
A complete open campfire ban continues throughout the entire Superior National Forest – including residences. Only gas and propane fires are allowed.
Millie Mainella moved to Cook County in 1910 at the age of two. She grew up in Moose Valley, near Hovland, and remembers her childhood there. Millie passed away in August,
WTIP will broadcast the Public Fire Information Meeting live from the Gunflint Ranger District Office in Grand Marais at 7 PM, Monday, September 19.
In this interview from Monday morning, September 19, WTIP volunteer Ann Possis talks with Pagami Creek Fire Public Information Officer Doug Anderson.