This morning I remembered some video footage I took last month. It was from Earth Day, and also the 50th annual meeting of the Minnesota Prairie Chicken Society in Rothsay. Since it would be a shame to go that far and not make the most of it (and because the timing was perfect), I finagled a spot in a viewing blind that morning.Continue reading “Prairie Chickens- The Clowns of Minnesota’s Western Grasslands”
Where do you draw the line between desirable and disposable? Between fashionable and gauche? Between hero and pariah?
When it comes to fishing, the lines that were drawn generations ago are beginning to blur and shift. Right now, Minnesota is in the process of redefining what it means to be “rough,” and it’s about time.Continue reading “Minnesota is Becoming a No Junk Fish State”