Summer is here ...
… and so is your July–August issue of Minnesota Conservation Volunteer magazine. Inside you'll learn why birch trees along the North Shore are dying and how foresters aim to bring more conifers back to the landscape. Readers will also discover how shallow lakes can be rejuvenated by mimicking a natural process. Other highlights include a photographic journey along three stretches of the Superior Hiking Trail and an introduction to tasty herbal teas that can be made from native plants.
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