Author Archives: Greg Seitz

YMCA Camp du Nord: The Family That Goes to Camp Together, Stays Together

YMCA Camp du Nord: The Family That Goes to Camp Together, Stays Together

All summer long, families stream to the North Arm of Burntside Lake, outside Ely, for a week at camp. There, for the past 54 years, YMCA Camp du Nord has provided opportunities to learn about nature, do arts and crafts, play silly games, acquire skills to explore the wilderness, and have profound shared experiences. The…

Ely Explorers Paddle A Message of Wilderness Stewardship into Nation’s Capital

Ely Explorers Paddle A Message of Wilderness Stewardship into Nation’s Capital

Dave and Amy Freeman completed their cross-country journey from the Kawishiwi River to the Potomac. Two thousand miles and a hundred days after paddling away from the Voyageur Outward Bound School on the South Kawishiwi River, adventurers Dave and Amy Freeman have made it to Washington, D.C. The pair paddled their canoe – covered in signatures – up to the dock at the Washington Canoe Club this morning in cold, wet conditions.Continue Reading

Photo Round-Up: Fall Beauty In The Quetico-Superior Region

Photo Round-Up: Fall Beauty In The Quetico-Superior Region

Get inspired by canoe country autumn splendor in these photos recently shared on social media sites. The leaves are blazing in canoe country, sunsets are spectacular, solitude is abundant. Here is a collection of photos from social media we’ve curated to celebrate this beautiful bonanza, and perhaps inspire one more canoe trip this fall:Continue Reading

Major Twin Metals Partner Declines To Increase Stake in Project

Major Twin Metals Partner Declines To Increase Stake in Project

Mine proposal near the Boundary Waters loses significant source of funding. Chilean mining company Antofagasta PLC has declined an opportunity to take a bigger financial stake in the Twin Metals project near Ely, MN. The move means the company—which has invested more than $200 million in the joint venture so far—will pass up the chance for a controlling stake in the project, and operations will revert to junior mining company Duluth Metals.Continue Reading

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