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Snow dance

Snow dance

PLAY | 05:25

Fred Smith is a volunteer producer at WTIP North Shore Community Radio. Each week, he shares his perspectives through Wildersmith on the Gunflint.

Isle Royale Saga Part 2

Isle Royale Saga Part 2

Vicki Biggs-Anderson is a volunteer producer at WTIP North Shore Community Radio. Vicki lives on a 100-year-old homestead with a variety of farm animals, from guinea fowl to goats. Each week, she shares a bit about her life and the lessons she learns tending her north woods homestead and farm with Magnetic North.

PLAY | 06:25
Suzy and Honda

Suzy and Honda

Milt Lee talks to Hondo and Suzy, dance instructors and owners of the Suzy and Hondo School of Dance in Bemidji.

PLAY | 08:00
Bob Gatts

Bob Gatts

Milt Lee talks with Bob Gatts, owner of Obligato Violin Shop, on his farm near Cushing, MN.

PLAY | 08:00
Sheila Capistran: Greenhouse Owner

Sheila Capistran: Greenhouse Owner

Milt Lee talks with heirloom tomato grower Sheila Capistran from Ada.

PLAY | 08:00
Jeff Olson: Metal Artist

Jeff Olson: Metal Artist

Milt Lee talks to metal artist Jeff Olson about his art and the Pine to Prairie Folk School he co-founded.

PLAY | 08:00
July’s Bloomin’ Paradise

July’s Bloomin’ Paradise

Fred Smith is a volunteer producer at WTIP North Shore Community Radio. Each week, he shares his perspectives through Wildersmith on the Gunflint.

PLAY | 07:06
What happened to Finland’s John Pine?

What happened to Finland’s John Pine?

In 1960, homesteader John Pine left his cabin near Finland, Minnesota, and never returned. The mystery of his disappearance was never solved.

PLAY | 07:42
Grand Portage and wolves on Isle Royale

Grand Portage and wolves on Isle Royale

The federal government announced in March that Isle Royale’s decimated wolf population will get an infusion of new wolves over the next three years in an attempt to control the abundance of moose currently on the island.

This was a story reported on by media outlets on the North Shore of Lake Superior, to the Star Tribune in Minneapolis, and across the country, including stories in the New York Times.

PLAY | 08:58
Spring Turnover

Spring Turnover

When lakes turnover in the spring, it’s an important event for some microscopic single-cell plants. WTIP’s Jay Andersen talks with North Woods Phenologist Chel Anderson in part one of a two-part series about diatoms.

PLAY | 07:05
Stephanie Anderson: Fiber Artist

Stephanie Anderson: Fiber Artist

Milt Lee talks to fiber artist Stephanie Anderson about her art and the Pine to Prairie Folk School she co-founded.

PLAY | 08:00

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