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ITASCA STATE PARK

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Itasca State Park naturalist Connie Cox said there are a variety of colors in the park already, with peak colors expected in mid- to late September.
Black bears live in the forests throughout the Itasca State Park area and normally avoid people. But when humans leave out food sources with enticing odors, such as bird feeders, unsecured garbage
Elk roaming free in northwestern Minnesota today are the result of a program at Itasca State Park to reintroduce the species to the state.
As of Wednesday afternoon, the Bohall Trail fire was approximately 9 acres and 5% contained, the DNR said, and a hose line has been completed around the fire.
Because of the drought, the changing colors of leaves might not be quite as dramatic as other years but a little more muted.
We are experiencing severe drought and heat. And, oops! Enbridge miscalculated how much water withdrawal they would have to do in construction by 10 times from 500 million gallons to almost 5

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On Tuesday, July 20, organizations gathered press and politicians at the Headwaters of the Mississippi River in Itasca State Park to demonstrate the impacts of Line 3 to states downstream on the
The law enforcement presence has been minimal so far, with some Hubbard County sheriff’s deputies nearby along with some Minnesota State Patrol troopers and Department of Natural Resources officers.
Everyone’s trying to paddle the length of the Mississippi River in record time. But really, they just want to beat each other, and to do it soundly. That’s the thing about this trip. You have to

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