In the land of 10,000 lakes, the one thing you can count on seeing in Minnesota is water. And while the vast views of Lake Superior, beach bonfires with s’mores, or a weekend at your favorite lake cabin are great ways to enjoy the area, we propose adding another water-themed activity to your agenda … walking on it.
Jay Cooke State Park will host the following naturalist programs next weekend (all programs meet at the River Inn Visitor Center ):
Friday, June 6, 8-9 p.m. “Bat-Opia or Bat-Phobia?” – Test your bat “fact or fiction” knowledge by exploring some of the myths and realities of these fascinating animals. Come away with a new appreciation for the value of bats after this slide presentation.
As the weather turns cooler and leaves are changing from bright green to shades of gold and red, many Minnesotans begin the process of closing the cabin for the winter. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has developed a list of tips that will help save energy and can prevent costly problems.
Being Minnesotan means hunting, fishing, boating, camping, exploring the great outdoors, right? Well, maybe not so much anymore.
October 25, 2007
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