Minnesota’s white pine forests were a gold mine to businessmen before statehood. That’s why they entered into a treaty with the Ojibwe in 1837…something which still has ramifications today.
Molly Hoffman is a volunteer producer at WTIP North Shore Community Radio. Each week, she takes a look at a different bird from the northwoods. This week she talks about the black-throated green warbler, veery, ovenbird and American redstart.