Workshop on 'Wetlands in Watersheds' offered February 26

All are invited to an informational workshop discussing the science of wetlands and their role in watersheds.


Teague Alexy & Marc Gartman make great music in Studio A

Teague Alexy & Marc Gartman were in town to play the Gun Flint Tavern and stopped by The Roadhouse Feb. 13. Listen for great tunes and fun conversation, including info on more upcoming appearances on the north shore.

"Because of You" Membership Drive: Thank You!

We’d like to thank each of our members ~ your support strengthens our services and makes WTIP possible.

Cross country skiing

Longtime competitor Jan Horak shares Birkie stories...race is weekend of Feb. 20

Jan Horak of Tofte, who with his wife Kathy owns and runs Cobblestone Cabins, is a veteran cross-country skier about to ski his 36th Birkebeiner this year. He stopped by Studio A Feb. 13 to share delightfully random stories about the race and the characters he's met there. You can learn more about the race here.

Cook County community onion plant group order

NWFP and Cook County Extension
Mon, 02/23/2015 (All day) - Tue, 03/10/2015 (All day)
Once again the North Woods Food Project and the Cook County Extension office are taking group onion plant orders. The deadline for orders is Tuesday, March 10.
Radio Shack

Business as usual at Buck's with or without Radio Shack

Even though Radio Shack is going through bankruptcy, it should have little effect on Buck's shop in Grand Marais.

What are water shrews?

These little creatures have been perfecting their lifestyles for millions upon millions of years. WTIP’s Jay Andersen talks with naturalist Chel Anderson about water shrews.

'Great Place Project' is Networking Luncheon topic on February 19

This month’s Networking Luncheon will focus on the 2015 Great Place Project.

New programs offered at YMCA's Winter II Session

From log rolling to soccer to triathlon training, the Cook County YMCA offers many programs during their Winter II Session. WTIP host Jana Berka spoke with Emily Marshall and Michaela Buchheit of


Author & journalist Damian Fowler on his new book, "Falling Through Clouds"

If you lived in Cook County in 2003, you probably remember the small plane crash that took the lives of the pilot and his sister-in-law, but spared the two little girls in the plane. Journalist Damian Fowler has written a book about the crash and its aftermath, called "Falling Through Clouds." He spoke with Buck Feb. 13 about why he wanted to tell this story, and how Toby Pearson (the girls' father) persisted, after losing his wife and almost losing his girls, to not only recover but to help make changes in aviation insurance law. You can learn more about Damian and his work here.

Superior Hiking Trail guided snowshoe hike

Superior Hiking Trail
Sat, 03/07/2015 - 10:00am

The Superior Hiking Trail Association will host a guided snowshoe hike from Cove Point Lodge to the Beaver Bay Trailhead on Saturday, March 7.

George Morrison's art featured in comprehensive exhibit

Minnesota History Center, St. Paul
Sat, 02/14/2015 (All day) - Sun, 04/26/2015 (All day)

Great Decisions meeting: Human Trafficking in the 21st Century, February 19th

The Great Decisions discussion group invites you to bring your questions, perspectives and ideas to this month’s discussion about human trafficking.  North Shore Morning host Julie Carlson&

Annual Inuit Premiere

Sivertson Gallery, Grand Marais
Fri, 03/20/2015 (All day) - Sat, 03/21/2015 (All day)

Sivertson Gallery in Grand Marais will host the annual Inuit Premiere on Friday and Saturday, March 20-21. The opening reception will be on Friday from 5 to 7 pm, featuring an introduction o

Pine Grosbeak

Wildersmith on the Gunflint: February 13

Fresh snow has re-dressed the upper Gunflint. A welcome dose of fluff arrived last weekend, adding about another 6 inches to the landscape in this neighborhood.

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