A conversation with herpetologist Carol Hall
Rambling through one of Duluth’s wild stream gorges, Duluth poet Sheila Packa muses on natural history, Finnish culture, and forest mysteries.
Learning about a man whose holistic thinking and scientific rigor continue to protect Minnesota’s natural resources decades after his death.
“Some of my most unforgettable moments are sitting on the shores of a boreal forest lake on a calm night with no wind, watching the northern lights dance overhead while the haunting calls of loons echo across the water.”
Poetry from a young writer and photographer.
The emerging concept of climate migration challenges one northern city to examine its values.
New work by a 2018 artist-in-residence on the St. Croix River celebrates the beauty of a confluence where the waters of two rivers affected by very different human activities meet.
Rheingold’s classic, a book for our times.
Tribal governments and the state of Minnesota offer competing plans for protecting wild rice.
Human policy decisions may pose a more imminent threat to caribou than climate change.