Wilderness News Spring 2010 is Online

wnspringThe Spring 2010 issue of Wilderness News Print Edition is Online!


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Featured in this issue:
Big Bill Wenstrom — Last Man Standing

By Barbara Wenstrom Shank and William P. Wenstrom

A tribute to Big Bill Wenstrom, renowned owner of Basswood Beach Resort, ranger, and guide in the Boundary Waters region — his story and his family’s is intertwined with the era of wilderness protection.

Special Report: New Trends in Visits to Quetico-Superior Wilderness
By Charlie Mahler
Fewer visitors are spending the night in the Quetico-Superior region’s wilderness areas compared to 15 years ago, but visits by day-trippers may be on the rise. Read the Full Report >

Book Review: A Modern-Day Voyageur Family
Paddling the 3,000 Mile Fur Trade Canoe Route Across the U.S. and Canada, by Timothy J. Kent

Wilderness Essay: Moments of Clarity
by Andy Wright
What do Jellyfish have to do with the Boundary Waters? Find out in a revealing essay by paddler and blogger Andy Wright of www.UpNorthica.comRead the Full Story >

The Heart of the Continent Partnership Comes of Age
by Rob Kesselring
An international border lakes coalition has formed with the interests of the Quetico Superior region at its heart. The participants are agencies and non-profits from the US and Canada, dedicated to sharing information and working together. Read the Full Story >

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