ust like a lotus flower has to fight its way through the mud and muck to meet the sun to bloom, we sometimes have to do the same.
This is the season Minnesota turtles are on the move, making their way up from wetlands to lay eggs.
You’ve heard it, and maybe even said it: “A trip with kids is not a vacation.” Well, we dare to propose a different mindset.
Brian Fredericksen, founder and owner of Ames Farm Ltd., has become a kind of bee advocate, running a sustainable apiary but also serving as a resource to others wanting to encourage healthy bee populations.
As the owner of Take the Bait Guide Service LLC, Mike Piccioli has been teaching anglers to find and catch fish in Lake Minnetonka for nearly a decade.
For a brief time, while bare branches allow sunlight to reach the forest floor, a few spring woodland flowers will appear.
Each month, we feature one of the winning photos from our 2018 Lens on Lake Minnetonka photo contest.
In August, the fifth annual Big Island & Back 10K paddle event benefitted the Freshwater Society and ICA Food Shelf. This month, check out the Big Island & Back bike, ski or snowshoe event on February 9.
A writer’s observations about the arrival of spring.
Minnetonka students get up-close look at forest management.