September–October 2021

Your guide to Minnesota's woods, waters, and wildlife


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Reel Education

In the classroom and on the water, these high school students learn fishing skills and conservation
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A Growing Movement

Seed saving is part of our history—and our future. Meet the Minnesotans who are keeping the tradition alive.
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Casting into the Past

For many Hmong American anglers in Minnesota, the white bass is a link to their Southeast Asian roots.
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From the Editor

Connecting the Dots

Tapping into nature to forge bone-deep connections to the past.
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Back in the Flow

This dam removal project has many winners—especially fish.
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Head in the Clouds

DNR Climatologist Pete Boulay Helps Minnesotans Prepare for the Weather—and Climate—Ahead
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Bucket List

Bike Across the Iron Range

The Mesabi Trail is a 130-mile paved trail that stretches from Grand Rapids nearly to Ely
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Young Naturalists

Write, Sketch, Explore

Keep a nature journal to record the wild world and your reactions to it—and do it your way.
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Minnesota Profile

Bur Oak (Quercus macrocarpa)

By far the most widespread tree, occurring in every county in the state.

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