NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND 4th of July North Dakota WMA camping
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STAFF BLOG NORTHLAND OUTDOORS Camping Equipment Guide
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If you haven’t tented in awhile or simply are in the market for a new tent, three recent models from Eureka offer the perfect mix of portability and functionality and are available in two- or three-person sizes, depending on your needs.
Marc Landblom said the petition drive is necessary because too little is being done to protect the Badlands and other public lands. The impact of the oil boom, he said, has been a “disaster” for North Dakota’s wild places.
Campsites add amenities to attract traveling families
Los Angeles - At a wooded campsite in Santa Paula, north of Los Angeles, vacationers, stray deer and even peacocks must share the tree-shaded property with tractors, backhoes and stacks of lumber.
Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D., has told U.S. Forest Service officials he wants them to scratch a proposed campground in the Sheyenne National Grasslands that he believes would duplicate a nearby private campground.
Wisconsin is under attack from a winged invader. This exotic Asian intruder is slowly but surely making its mark on the woodlands and landscapes of our state.
With an estimated 770 million ash trees in Wisconsin, it will be an uphill battle to control this very real threat. If not controlled, its appearance will rival the losses caused by oak wilt and Dutch elm disease combined.
Outdoor News - A deadly tree disease known as oak wilt was discovered for the first time in Oneida County this July and confirmed in the laboratory by Wisconsin Department of Natural Resource forestry officials.
When I first came to Wisconsin in 1970, I was attracted to the Turtle-Flambeau Flowage like a moth to a light bulb. The flowage is a jewel of a place; one of the wilder areas in Wisconsin.
A number of natural lakes and three rivers were impounded when the hydropower dam was constructed in 1926, resulting in the 18,900-acre flowage with many bays and islands. The Chippewa and Flambeau Improvement Company used the flowage as a low flow augmentation reservoir to provide flow to the hydropower plants down the Flambeau and Chippewa rivers.
Dan Wilcox, outdoor columnist
, August 16, 2010
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