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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.

“Paddle Minnesota” meets “On the River”

“Paddle Minnesota” meets “On the River”

Back in the waning days of summer, Paddle Minnesota producer Jim Gallagher took KBXE volunteer music programmer David John out for a paddle to learn more about him and to talk about the music that he loves.

PLAY | 11:34
Too Much of a Goat Thing

Too Much of a Goat Thing

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 | 07:42
Snow and snow fog

Snow and snow fog

The North Shore has received significant snowfall over the past few weeks. WTIP’s CJ Heithoff checks in with naturalist Chel Anderson to learn how this snow affects our wildlife. Chel also explains the rare wonder of snow fog in this edition of North Woods Phenology.

PLAY | 08:01
Eagles kettling

Eagles kettling

Despite the cold, some eagles do stay along the North Shore during the winter months. WTIP’s CJ Heithoff talks with naturalist Chel Anderson about what those eagles are up this time of year in this edition of North Woods Phenology.

PLAY | 04:42
A whiz-bang close to 2018.

A whiz-bang close to 2018.

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

PLAY | 04:51
A perfect storm for ice skating

A perfect storm for ice skating

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

PLAY | 05:52
Winter Lights

Winter Lights

January is the darkest month of the year, and that means there are great opportunities to view the night sky. WTIP’s CJ Heithoff talks with naturalist Chel Anderson about what to look for in the sky this month in this edition of North Woods Phenology.

PLAY | 04:45
Beavers and their relationship with the Lake Superior region

Beavers and their relationship with the Lake Superior region

Though loved by some in the Lake Superior region, beavers have been chewing their way into trouble in recent years near downtown Grand Marais and the town harbor. Indeed, Grand Marais Recreation Park Manager Dave Teersteeg says beavers are becoming problematic for some residents and park operations in Grand Marais.

PLAY | 05:32
Mr. Marten’s escape

Mr. Marten’s escape

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

PLAY | 05:15
From Puerto Rico to Lake Superior

From Puerto Rico to Lake Superior

Luis Cortes is used to big water. Now in his 40s, the new executive chef at Bluefin Bay Resort spent most of his adult life working at restaurants in Puerto Rico. There, salty waters washed ashore every morning and island life was everything most people only dream of. And then the storm hit.

PLAY | 09:05

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