• Nature Matters: Waterfowl Hunting Safety Camp

    The waterfowl hunting season opened throughout much of the Northland this past weekend. While conservation officers look for hunters breaking the rules, conservation clubs want to teach new hunters how to follow those rules. In this week's Nature Matters, Dave Anderson tells us about a camp that teaches safe and ethical hunting tactics to teen–agers.

  • Northlanders enjoy one of Duluth's "hidden treasures" as part of city's revitalization plan

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) --- More than 550 people seized the opportunity this weekend to enjoy one of Duluth's hidden treasures, more commonly known as Chamber's Grove.

  • Remington Rifle Recall

    A Remington hunting rifle is under a recall notification because of an alleged faulty firing system. Lawsuits are blaming the rifle for several deaths already and they're claiming more people could be killed. Dave Anderson reports.

  • Experts: Fall colors expected to be great this year

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) --- The first visual signs of fall have arrived and many of us here in the Northland have taken notice.

  • Nature Matters: Deer Advisory Councils Let Citizens Speak

    Last year's severe winter hit deer hard in both Minnesota and Wisconsin. To address the problem of a low deer herd, Wisconsin's Department of Natural Resources has started Deer Advisory Councils across the state. In this week's Nature Matters, Dave Anderson tells us how we can get involved.

  • 40-year-old woman found after brief search in BWCA

    Boundary Waters Canoe Area, MN (NNCNOW.com) --- A group of 18 from a community college in Iowa breathed a sigh of relief after finding a lost member of their party on Monday morning.

  • Nature Matters: Changing seasons will get salmon running

    August isn't quite over yet but a few of us have noticed a couple of leaves starting to change already. That means autumn is waiting at the door of the Northland. Soon, changes in the season will lead to changes in animal behavior. Dave Anderson tells us how that will benefit salmon anglers in this week's Nature Matters.

  • Nature Matters: White Pine Tree-union In Duluth

    A century ago, the white pine dominated the boreal forest of northern Minnesota. Several factors knocked down those trees and let other species like birch and poplar take over. There's been an effort to replant the white pine and in this week's Nature Matters, Dave Anderson takes us to a stand of young trees planted by young people.

  • New mountain biking trail opens in Duluth

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com)--- There's a mountain biking boom in Duluth. To keep up with the popularity, officials paved the way for a new trail for bike enthusiasts to use.