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Environmental Stewardship


Stewardship resources at Wolf Ridge ELC

Peter Harris is a science and research coordinator at Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center near Finland, Minnesota.


Climate change in tourism-based industries

Mae Davenport is the associate professor in the Department Forest Resources at the University of Minnesota.


Sea Change Sailing Trip: Part 2

The Gordon Family owns and operates Amicus Adventure Sailing in Knife River.


GreenStep Cities

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

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.


Lake Superior Flavors

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 of the Natural Resources Research Institute on stewardship

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.


Geotourism in the Heart of the Continent

‘Geotourism’ is the idea of sustainable tourism — that destinations should remain unspoiled for future generations — while allowing for ways to protect a place’s characte


Recommendation: slog through the mud

While it's tempting to skirt around muddy spots, the savvy hiker comes prepared to slog through it and stick to the main trail.


The current condition of deer and bears

WTIP spoke to DNR wildlife manager Dave Ingebrigtsen about two large animal species: deer and bears.