HDT was recently invited to attend the We Are Water Summit, part of a statewide traveling interactive exhibit led by the Minnesota Center for the Humanities and statewide partners. According to their website, “We Are Water MN” explores the connections between the humanities and water through an exhibit, public events, and educator resources. Visitors reflect on local stories and the meaning and experiences of water in Minnesota with space to add their own stories. By creating
This month is Lakes Appreciation Month and (besides delving into how awesome our area’s beaches are) we wanted to showcase some methods that may help you keep your lakes the best they can be. So, first things first: It’s important to understand that healthy lakes will be able to support all kinds of wildlife, including fish, waterfowl, insects, amphibians, and even larger creatures such as deer and other large mammals. According to the US Forest Service, wildlife have four th
Next time you’re at your local gas station, take a look at some of the maps they have for Who can really fold these? I mean, honestly? sale. When you look, you may see (depending on the map) the state borders, county borders, cities, popular parks and trails, roads and highways, and possibly a dozen other landmarks deemed important. These are the borders that are man-made. We have placed these lines upon the land to mark where certain areas of government are able to govern.