Ray Ruiz's job with the Department of Natural Resources is to work with diverse metro area community groups to increase participation in fishing.
Nine wilderness campers from St. Paul are happy to be alive and healthy after a storm's swirling winds uprooted trees all around them in their Boundary Waters campsite Wednesday evening.
Partisan fight over emission standards threatens $60 million in Minnesota environmental trust fund projects
Some still hold out hope that the money will be freed up in the special session.
A look at where the fish are biting.
The temporary closure of Canada's border has cut off the only land route to Angle Inlet. For now, nearly all traffic is by boat. The routes vary from 30 to 50 miles long and can be dangerous if ill-equipped or inexperienced.
The new trail was finally completed this spring with the reopening of the historic Lift Bridge.
Both male and female purple martins, the largest member of the swallow family, are busy feeding their young.
There's a new entry to last summer's Boundary Waters series: A father and son and their group returned in June to tackle the historic Grand Portage -- a notoriously challenging trek.
North Shore experiencing more visitors trashing trails and campsites.
Slight uptick in boating under the influence tags, however.
EagleCam fledgling known as E1 died after hitting power line structure near nest
Scientists are racing to find out how blue-green algae reaches the waters in Minnesota's pristine natural areas.
Caretakers of the popular wildlife feature report young chick hit powerline.
While most BWCA visitors are experienced, every year first-timers travel there — some prepared, many others not so much. So on the eve of another open-water BWCA season, we solicited tips for first-timers from readers who are veteran BWCA travelers.
About 85% of the sites and lodges can be used now, but more are opening.
Documentarians of the outdoors world are losing some of their voices in an ever-changing media industry.
U.S. Navy veteran Bob Jackson is an eyewitness to one of the most influential days in modern history: the Japanese surrender aboard the U.S.S. Missouri in Tokyo Bay on Sept. 2, 1945.
Steve Gillaspie is the founder of a 501(c)(3) group called Veterans on the Water, which offers free fishing trips to military veterans.
It's almost impossible to look anywhere in a flower garden or alfalfa field without seeing at least one butterfly bouncing along on an erratic flight, or, in the chase of a monarch, a steady glide.
After immigrating from Sweden, he bought land near Fifty Lakes, Minn., that reminded him of home.