If you follow the news around the
Great Lakes, chances are you’ve heard of Asian carp.
There are a lot of ash trees in our Superior National Forest, and the emerald ash borer is affecting ash trees and forest ecosystems in nearby areas.
From decorative woodcarving to rosemaling, North House Folk School has the classes! WTIP host Mark
Lucy Perpich of the Violence Prevention Center discussed challenges of serving a rural community, in addition to her leaving the Cook County area, with North Shore Morning host Sherrie Lindskog.
This weekend, August 8-10, is Grand Portage National Monument's annual Rendezvous Days and Powwow.
Each week the WTIP news department puts together a roundup of the weeks top news stories.
There is a new study taking place in Cook County about foreign workers in the area.
The Wildflower Sanctuary along the Devil Track River is in the process of being restored and maintained. Anne and Chris Hegg spoke with WTIP volunteer Joey Detrick on North Shore Morning.
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
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.