The ISD166 school year is about to begin. The school board met to review and approve a number of items before the door opens on Sept. 2nd. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with Superintendent Beth Schwarz..
Hi. I’m Steve Robertsen, interpretive naturalist, with this week’s edition of the Superior National Forest Update - information on conditions affecting travel and recreat
Cook County is offering a couple of interesting and free workshops this week about restoring and maintaining healthy shorelands and aquatic plants.
This year's Environmental Stewardship Awards included three Minnesota recipients.
WTIP's Gary Atwood gives an update on the proposed Grand Marais Biomass District Heat project.
(Photo by Glen Malley on Flickr)
The annual banquet for the North Shore Chapter of the Ruffed Grouse Society is coming up Thursday, September 4th, at the American Legion in Grand Marais. WTIP volunteer Tracy Benson spoke w
Less materialism makes for happier people...plus it's better for the environment. Psychologist Miriam Tatzel explains.-
Dick talked with Dr. Miriam Tatzel, a psychologist at Empire State College in New York, about why true happiness involves personally fulfilling activities and social relationships more than the pursuit of money and possessions...and how this happens to be better for the environment, too. You can read more about positive psychology and the pursuit of happiness here.
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.
As part of a series of StandDown events across northern Minnesota, Duluth will be offering "one-stop services" with information and assistance available from multiple agencies
‘Stories from Sugarloaf Cove’ is a nature-writing workshop being offered Saturday, August 23rd,from 10am to 1pm. WTIP host Jana Berka spoke with Jill Swenson, Guest Speake