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Dawn of a new day at Woodland Caribou Provincial Park
My friend Craig Hanson emailed me a photo this morning that was too good not to share. An avid outdoorsman who makes annual canoe trips to Woodland Caribou Provincial Park in northwest Ontario, Hans...
8/6/13 at 1:52 PM
Catfish and a birch bark canoe 5/22/12 at 2:55 PM
Women's camping, canoeing weekend June 1-3 on the Red 5/8/12 at 2:51 PM THE INSIDE SCOOP
A life changing adventure can begin right here
MONTEVIDEO Natalie Warren and Ann Raiho celebrated their graduation from St. Olaf in 2011 by setting out on a 2,000 mile adventure. They became the first women to follow Eric Sevareids route from C...
Aquatic invasive species
Asian carp, zebra mussels, flowering rush and spiny waterfleas are all water loving species that are moving in to new waters in the state. Asian carp, although not in the Red River System yet, have be...
2/23/12 at 4:25 PM
From drowning dam to cool kayak fun 2/16/12 at 10:28 AM
Hudson Bay Bound and our connection to water 8/25/11 at 10:04 AM OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK
Annual paddling travelogue set for Dec. 4
The Minnesota Canoe Association and Midwest Mountaineering will present "The Boundary Waters and Beyond," their third annual travelogue of wilderness paddling, from 9 a.m. to 3:20 p.m. Dec. 4 at Cowle...
11/12/10 at 1:46 PM
Apparent rock shortage in canoe country 8/30/10 at 4:36 PM EAST METRO WATER - TIPS AND TALES FOR KEEPING WATER CLEAN
Gypsies on the St. Croix
It was approaching midnight last Thursday as I finished strapping my very large canoe to my very small car and glanced at my weekend packing list one last time. Canoe, paddles and lifejackets? Check. ...
9/3/10 at 8:27 AM