Wilderness News Print Edition – Spring 2011

The Spring 2011 Issue of Wilderness News Print Edition is now online!
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Featured in this issue:

Old Photos Provide a Peek into History
By Alissa Johnson
In our Winter 2010 issue, we published historical photos of the Boundary Waters area by an ‘unknown’ photographer. Now we know who the photographer was — Arthur Carhart.
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Devils Cove: The Most Beautiful Place on Earth
By Greg Breining
Experience Lake Superior’s Devils Cove from a kayak – feel the wind and the waves and join him on a four-day trip to remember.
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On the Scent of Adventure
By Rob Kesselring
Rob drums up vivid memories of paddling adventures, and the sensory experience that connects us to the wilderness.
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Building Wooden Canoes for a Rite of Passage
By Phil Winger
Urban youth leave the city behind and experience the BWCAW in boats they built by hand. In building the boats, camping, and paddling the border lakes, they find inner strength.
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Mining Update
By Charlie Mahler
PolyMet Mining’s proposed copper-nickel and precious metals mine, mining proponents and environmental activists continue to battle over the future of mining in the Quetico-Superior region.
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