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MT. IRON— Could northeastern Minnesota be growing more of its own food locally? According to Mark Shepard, of Restoration Agriculture Development, it’s not a question of could, it’s a question … more
LAKE VERMILION— The effects of a couple seasons of heavy fishing pressure may be starting to show on the walleye population here, even as a strong 2018 year-class promises to boost prospects for … more
REGIONAL—If you’re planning to apply for a 2019 fall bear hunting permit, you’ll need to do so by May 3. Applications for bear hunting licenses are being accepted now through the Friday, … more
Our early spring sun, combined with a lack of any appreciable new snow, has been steadily eating away at our snowpack. So, I took advantage of last weekend’s chilly temperatures to make what I … more
SOUDAN MINE— About 90 percent of the bats in this once-thriving hibernaculum appear to have died since the introduction of a devastating fungus that causes white-nose syndrome in a number of … more
REGIONAL—A forest treatment plan that encompasses more than 17,000 acres in and around the Echo Trail north of Ely has gotten the green light from the Superior National Forest supervisor. It’s … more
TOWER—Chronic wasting disease was the topic of most concern to about two dozen area residents who turned out for a whitetail deer management discussion at the DNR’s area office here on Tuesday. … more
We’ve reported frequently in recent years about the extensive research linking the decline in moose numbers in our region to the presence of whitetail deer in moose country. Whitetail deer are … more
REGIONAL— The recent discovery of chronic wasting disease in a wild deer near Crosby could affect plans to reintroduce elk in parts of east-central and northeastern Minnesota— and it’s not just … more
It may still seem like winter here in the North Country, but to one of my favorite winter visitors, spring has already sprung and, sadly, that means they’re quickly disappearing from our yards and … more
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