July–August 2022

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


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Cedar Craft

Many hands contribute to the making of a traditional Anishinaabe cedar bark mat.
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Camera Obscura

Ryan Pennesi’s trap photography offers an artful, up-close look at Minnesota wildlife.
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From the Editor

Fish Art Winners and Thank-You Lists

Minnesota students use art to learn about the underwater world.
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Forest Explosion

This tree planting method relies on quantity and healthy competition.
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A Life Outdoors

The DNR’s Margaret Dexter on working and playing outside. 
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Bucket List

Snorkel the Big Lake

Snorkeling along the shoreline between Duluth and Two Harbors.
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Young Naturalists

Critter Crossings

These new projects help Minnesota animals cross roads more safely.
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Minnesota Profile

Shagbark Hickory (Carya ovata)

This tree plays a critical role in maintaining the biodiversity of our native forests.

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