Dr. Seth Moore is Director of Biology and Environment with the Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa.
State and federal officials have been in the Arrowhead to assess the recent flood damage. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Sen. Al Franken about his visit and what he’s seen.
Minnesota’s ruffed grouse spring drumming counts were lower than last year across most of the bird’s range, according to a survey conducted by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
The recent flooding has a big ecological impact on our streams and lakes. Jay Andersen of WTIP North Shore Community Radio spoke to local naturalist Chel Anderson about sediments and nutrients.<
Local accordion player & singer Leah Thomas joined Buck and Bob at the Wooden Boat Show at North House Folk School June 22 for music, laughter, and yes, more than a few accordion jokes.
Vermont boat builder Douglas Brooks joined Bob during the June 22 live broadcast from the 15th annual Wooden Boat Show at North House Folk School in Grand Marais. He was a featured speaker on techniques, design secrets, and the apprenticeship process involved in traditional Japanese boat building.
Rains fell fast and furious last week, but it looks dry into July. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with meteorologist Carol Christenson about weather coming up.
The Cook County North Shore Hospital and Care Center met recently and WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with hospital administrator Kimber Wraalstad about long range plans and the health care over
The recent rains have elevated water levels throughout the Superior National Forest.
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.
Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.
The choices we make compose our life. And often we do not see them as choices.
In this interview, Paula talks about how Higher Ed helps this community. She talks about the many services that Higher Ed provides, including an upcoming lecture series.
This segment of Anishinaabe Way features Lac Courte Oreilles Anishinaabe artist Jim Denomie. He discusses his approach to painting and the use of historical themes in his work, as well as what inspires him. Jim was recently awarded a McKnight Artist Fellowship for 2012/13.