Pete Harris is a science and research coordinator at Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center near Finland, Minnesota.
Mae Davenport is the associate professor in the Department Forest Resources at the University of Minnesota.
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Buck & Ann welcomed local singer-songwriter Maria Nickolay to The Roadhouse July 25 for fun conversation and beautiful music. She's playing at several venues around the county this summer.
The Gordon Family owns and operates Amicus Adventure Sailing in Knife River.
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 are two major invasive species in Cook County. WTIP spoke with Angelique Edgerton of the Cook County Invasive Team to learn more.
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 is a junior scientist with the Natural Resources Research Institute. He came to Grand Marais, Minnesota, to conduct a workshop on vernal pools.
Fishcakes will be just one of the menu items at this Wednesday’s Grand Marais Lioness Club’s annual buffet dinner. WTIP volunteer Marnie McMillan spoke with Katie Anderson and Je
Roadhouse producer Ann Possis turned the tables on Buck to learn about his upcoming adventure biking from the equator to the tip of South America. The trip will take 4 1/2 months and require biking 6,875 miles. You can follow Buck through his blog, and we'll also provide regular updates on The Roadhouse.
On this edition of the Youth Show, the theme is "change." Parks and Rec Director Dave Tersteeg discusses changing water levels on Lake Superior, students describe how it feels to change from
Ann Possis spoke July 25 with Dr. Karen Gran, a geology professor at UMD, about North Shore rivers and their history. She explained what can be seen and how that history affects these rivers today. She gave a presentation the next day at Sugarloaf Cove Nature Center in Schroeder.