For Hudson Bay Paddlers, Adventure Starts Close To Home

One of the rewards of this work is having the opportunity to tell about the adventures of so many different, interesting people. It’s hard to beat this one: After graduating from St. Olaf in May, Natalie Warren and Ann Raiho began paddling a canoe over 2,200 miles to reach Hudson Bay and become the first…
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New Waterfowl Regs May Be Popular, But At What Cost?

It’s hard to fault Tom Landwehr, director of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, for his intentions behind the new waterfowl regulations. He’s looking to interest more people in waterfowl hunting and reverse the steady decline in the number of hunters we’ve been seeing. Opening the season earlier and increasing the limits of wood ducks…
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