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Tag, you're it!

Who’s it? You’re it. Or is it me? I don’t know anymore, I think I lost track. I guess it doesn’t matter, since it’s not a real game of tag anyway. 1,198 more words


Boundary Waters, Mississippi Named On ‘Most Endangered’ Rivers List

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Two of Minnesota’s rivers are considered some of the most endangered in the country, according to environmental advocacy group American Rivers.

The group put a stretch of the Mississippi River on its 2018 “most endangered rivers” list and also included is a river in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area. 276 more words


What Entities are Behind the Reckless Endangerment of Northern Minnesota and its Water Resources

One must ask: “Are any of you pro-copper/nickel/sulfide mining politicians listening?” This means you, Amy Klobuchar,  Mark Dayton, Rick Nolan, Tom Bakk, Kurt Daude, David Tomassoni, Tom Rukavina, Chris Coleman, Paul Thissen ,Tim Walz Pete Stauber, to name just a few of the many politicians that may be somehow beholden to non-ferrous mining interests because of campaign “contributions.    2,554 more words


Getting Out of My Donut

Our first leg of the Gap Experience Program was a Voyager Outward Bound School course. I go camping every summer with my friends, but nothing could have prepared me for this experience so far outside of my comfort zone. 202 more words

My College Gap Year

Laughter As Medicine

Laughter was a huge part of our BWCA trips. I think I saw it inside a Dove chocolate wrapper once; “laughter is inner jogging”. I love this idea and it is so true. 464 more words


Minnesota Fisherman Missing Since 2004

Nathan Edison Williams was last seen on September 28, 2004  at the University of Minnesota, Morris campus. He was planning to go on a fishing in Northern Minnesota. 413 more words

Canoeing and Conversation

So after five days of hiking with my new 8 friends, it was now time to switch out our heavy backpacks for canoes and  mondos. 537 more words

My College Gap Year