Mississippi Headwaters Audubon Society
will be hosting a special day on Spearhead Lake for BSU students!Come join us for a day of learning some canoeing basics, playing fun
canoe games, identifying interesting aquatic plants and insects, enjoying a picnic lunch,and roasting marshmallows over a bonfire.
Led by area naturalists Dan Bera and Mary Comfort.
All skill levels welcome! Choose either Saturday, Sept 21 or 28.
TITLE: WAR CRIMES The Middle East has been the site of conflict since the end of World War II. As the British Empire was being dismantled, with France and Germany crippled from their defeats, the United States emerged as the guarantor of freedom for oppressed peoples in this region.
Yes, choir members. It's here! Tuesday evening, Sept. 3 at 6:30 pm we start our new season with a fresh, new director Sam Evans and a seasoned, new a
Riverfront Energy Center Open House Grand Rapids Area Library 140 NE 2nd St (West parking lot) September 6, 4 pm – 6 pm. Tour the Library’s Energy Center, which extracts heat from the UPM Blandin Plant’s wastewater to warm the building.
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Fishing ReportAugust 30, 2013Warm weather has slowed down the fishing and the fishermen. It is suppose to cool off this weekend and hopefully that wi
Somebody from the Twin Cities wanted me to sign a petition
banning sulfide mining. I couldn't help myself. These tourists need
to know the other side of the story:
The whole town of Ely is economically collapsing.
Did You Know?
PolyMet’s Permit to Mine requires that there will always be
sufficient funds available to the Minnesota DNR for two main activities:
reclaiming the project site after closure, as well as monitoring and
maintaining the site to comply with the permit.
Copper Education - Minnesota And Flambeau Comparisons, Ore Sulfide BodiesWhat is Copper?
Native copper is an element and a mineral. It is found in the
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Autumn's harvest. It's gathering in end-of-summer and late-season maturation crops before overnight temperatures produce frost. It's also taking inventory of what produced especially well and added an artistic element to the garden.
Flickr Creative Commons license, RBerteigIt's been quiet on the blog the last couple days for two reasons. One, the semester is about to start and I'm prepping classes for Monday.
Another northern Minnesota Republican has jumped into a statewide race. After yesterday's announcement that St. Louis Co. Commissioner Chris Dahlberg was jumping into the U.S.
Friend of the blog Aaron Klemz has a commentary recently on the site "Be Pollen" combining the theories of Richard Florida's Creative Class and the nonferrous mining debate in northern Minnesota.Klemz, who is spokesperson for the Friends of the Boundary Waters organization, pens the following as the thrust of his piece, "A Creative Class, Not Smokestacks":Too often, media coverage of environmental issues like mining is boiled down to a far too simple “jobs versus the environment” frame.
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The Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig School website has moved
This website at WordPress will no longer be
Have you seen the library news in the Mesabi Daily News? If not, here is what they printed from Fortune Bay Resort Casino: The Virginia Public Library recently received a $433.07 donation from Fortune Bay Resort Casino that will be used to enhance the library’s Summer Reading Program.
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Join us at the next meeting of the Bemidji Birding Club when George-Ann Maxson will share photos and stories of Icelandic birds. Meet in the conference room behind the deli at Lueken's North, 6:30 pm.
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I’ve been spending a lot of time out in the Blueberry patch this August. It’s been a great summer for berry pickers!
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When Benjamin Franklin helped negotiate the Treaty of Paris in 1783 that ended America's Revolutionary War, he used a map called The Mitchell Map, to fix the international boundary.The Mitchell Map was created by a gentleman named John Mitchell, and one of the interesting things about him was that he was not a professional map maker or geographer.
I learned more than how to stuff a turkey or properly dice an onion in my mother's kitchen She hardly ever let me cook (her kitchen), but she let me watch and she talked.
I dashed out from my Keller Williams Realty
Professionals booth at the Crow Wing County
Fair to see the parade and I was able to get this
great shot of a very old Doctor's car complete
with the medical satchel on the running
No sun sunrise