Fred Smith is a volunteer producer at WTIP North Shore Community Radio. Each week, he shares his perspectives through Wildersmith on the Gunflint.
Monotropa uniflora, known to many as Indian Pipe or Ghost Plant is a perennial wildflower found throughout the United States. However, according to the U.S. Forest Service, it’s not a commonly encountered wildflower.
Did you know that crows are incredibly intelligent birds? WTIP’s CJ Heithoff talks all things crows with naturalist Chel Anderson in this edition of North Woods Phenology.
The woods and waters along the North Shore often undergo dramatic changes during the summer months. Naturalist Chel Anderson describes the changes she’s noticed recently in this edition of North Woods Phenology.
Today, we’re celebrating the life of master canoe builder Joe Seliga, captured in a new children’s book “Canoeman Joe”.
Jim Gallagher talks with author Robin Radcliffe and illustrator Consie Powell about producing this biography of Joe.
It’s the beginning of fall here in northern Minnesota, and Paddle Minnesota, producer Jim Gallagher talks with band members from the Leech Lake Indian Reservation about the wild rice harvest that is going on now.
On this segment of Paddle Minnesota, we’re getting back to the origins of paddle craft in North America. Producer Jim Gallagher talks with traditional woodworker Max Kelsey of Bemidji, MN about the history and process of carving dugout canoes.
WTIP’s CJ Heithoff talks with Chel Anderson about the various species of spring fungi in this edition of North Woods Phenology.
WTIP’s CJ Heithoff talks with naturalist Chel Anderson about spring ephemerals in this edition of North Woods Phenology.
A group of co-parenting eagles in Illinois has garnered quite a bit of media attention across the country. WTIP’s CJ Heithoff checks in with naturalist Chel Anderson to learn more about this uncommon occurrence.
What season is it, spring or winter? If you’ve found yourself asking that question recently, you may have experienced seasonal whiplash.