NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND River Keepers recognition
- River Keepers, a Fargo-Moorhead non-profit organization has been chosen as the 2012 recipient of the Cass County Soil Conservation Districts Urban Steward Award for their substantial efforts in prov... Posted on 2/19/13 at 5:43 PM
STAFF BLOG WILDWINGS Dynamic fish-eater
The osprey represents a problem for me. Due to circumstances I don't fully understand, I hardly ever see this cool fish eagle locally. They surely migrate through our area because reports pop up every... Posted on 4/25/11 at 11:57 AM
STAFF BLOG ADDICTED TO RUNNING Visit the mill
A lot of people like to run on treadmills. I am not one of them.
But faced with the challenge of a marathon specific run aimed at hitting target paces, the chances of successfully completing the work... Posted on 11/20/10 at 11:54 AM
STAFF BLOG OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK New visitor center celebration at Grand Portage State Park
A new visitor center at Grand Portage State Park will be celebrated on Sept. 25, according to Minnesota Department of Natural Resources news release. Maples should be near their peak of fall color ... Posted on 9/16/10 at 11:49 AM
STAFF BLOG NORTHLAND OUTDOORS Stop aquatic hitchhikers!
If you are a water recreationist—boater, angler, water-skier, sailor, or canoeist—there are some important things you can do to prevent the transport of harmful invasive species from one l... Posted on 6/28/10 at 3:44 AM
OLIVIA — A couple of years ago, a group of paddlers made their way down the Minnesota River as the creeks and tributaries churned and gushed with chocolate-colored waters heavy with the soil washed from upstream fields by a spring rain.
Law enforcement officers patrolling the Missouri River will continue to have an enhanced presence in the Bismarck-Mandan area this summer.
Robert Timian, North Dakota Game and Fish Department chief of enforcement, said last summer’s initial effort of having district game wardens and paid volunteers from county and city law enforcement agencies in the area was successful.
MONTEVIDEO — Drop a baited hook in the Minnesota River and your chances of catching a fish are better than they were 10 years ago.
Fish abundance and diversity appear to be on the increase in the river, while turbidity in the river has decreased over the past decade. The level of phosphorus — the nutrient responsible for summer algae blooms — is trending downward too.
The Jamestown City Engineer’s office is reminding people to use caution around the James River and Pipestem Creek below the dams. The warning follows an incident Saturday when a dog fell through the ice in southwest Jamestown. No other incidents have been reported, according to Reed Schwartzkopf, city engineer.
WILLMAR — Like a stuck accelerator pedal, we’ve speeded up the delivery of sediment to Lake Pepin so that it will fill up in a mere 300 or so years, instead of the 3,600 years that natural processes would have required.
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