Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.
There’s no doubt the weather in the Great Lakes Region has been off. In fact, there seems to be a new trend we can rely on, and that’s that you never really know what to expect.
Organic farming consultant & author Atina Diffley on local food production and her new book, "Turn Here Sweet Corn"-
Buck chatted May 4 with Atina Diffley, organic consultant and author of "Turn Here Sweet Corn," her memoir about life as a Minnesota organic farmer. Buck found the book to be both suspenseful and moving. Listen and find out why.
The controversy over land purchased from the City of Grand Marais to build a zipline continues to boil.
The ISD166 school board has voted to try a different calendar for the 2012-13 school year.
Just days after the Minnesota Legislature approved a plan to trade state land in the Boundary Waters for federal land outside the wilderness, U.S. Rep.
The Minnesota DNR will join other agencies by GPS collaring moose this fall.
Technology is helping researchers keep better track of the Arrowhead moose herd. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Dr.
Conifers around Cook County are looking stressed. Year-long drought conditions are the probable cause.