Eric Weicht is a former Cook County resident known for adventuring on bodies of water. He chats here with Will Moore about his most recent trip--canoeing down the Mississippi from northern Minnesota to Memphis through the month of November.
Fred Smith is a volunteer producer at WTIP North Shore Community Radio. Each week, he shares his perspectives through Wildersmith on the Gunflint.
Late fall offers a chance to see some birds that we normally don’t see along the North Shore. Some late migratory birds include eagles, northern harriers, hawks, and many more.
Moose contribute to the nutrient cycle in the forest in many ways. WTIP’s CJ Heithoff learns more from naturalist Chel Anderson in this edition of North Woods Phenology.
Charlotte Helgeson, Director of the Campbell Public Library of East Grand Forks, MN is the “Andy Taylor” of overdue books. If she played it by the “book” concerning overdue books, she would eliminate a factor of human circumstances – as to why the return of the book was delayed. Additional Campbell events are also revealed; with flair.
WTIP’s CJ Heithoff talks with naturalist Chel Anderson about the fall season so far, including what reasons may have contributed to the spectacular fall colors we enjoyed in this edition of North Woods Phenology.
The North Shore Readers and Writers Festival took place in Grand Marais this past weekend. Included among a number of public events was a panel discussion on writing humor.
David Huckfelt of The Pines recently released his first solo album, which grew out of time spent as an artist-in-residence at Isle Royale National Park.
WTIP’s CJ Heithoff talks with naturalist Chel Anderson about the incredible migration journey that Monarchs go on every year in this edition of North Woods Phenology.
It’s the fall color season along the North Shore! WTIP’s CJ Heithoff talks with naturalist Chel Anderson about a particular tree that can stand out this time of year, the Yellow birch, in this edition of North Woods Phenology.
If you’ve been outside at night with a light on recently, you’ve likely encountered gypsy moths. Did you know that these moths only live for about two weeks?