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What’s in a Name? The Story of Wolf and Raven Lakes


Posted By Wolf Ridge Naturalist
March 7, 2014

Does the name “Johnson Lake” carry the same magic for you as “Wolf Lake?”  Me either! “Wolf Lake” brings to mind cliffs lifting high into the hills and views down the valley onto Lake Superior beyond. Maybe there’s a voyageur canoe gliding through the narrows in the summer or snowshoers trekking across the white looking […]

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Lake Superior Freezes!


Posted By Wolf Ridge Naturalist
February 6, 2014

During the wee night hours of February 5/6, the magic of a cold winter night froze the water along Lake Superior’s North Shore. This morning I woke to the sun bouncing dramatically off of the clear, freshly formed skim. I could hear the zinging and singing of the ice growing and shifting under the bright sun and […]

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Tap tap tap tap…


Posted By Wolf Ridge Naturalist
February 3, 2014

Tap tap tap tap…tap tap tap, I hear a woodpecker making loud noises as I walk to the dining hall. I stop to look and see if I can’t see who is responsible for the noise and see a Downy Woodpecker high in a tree drumming away. While it might not seem like spring is […]

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Tap tap tap…


Posted By Carrie Anderson
February 3, 2014

Tap tap tap tap…tap tap tap, I hear a woodpecker making loud noises as I walk to the dining hall. I stop to look and see if I can’t see who is responsible for the noise and see a Downy Woodpecker high in a tree drumming away. While it might not seem like spring is […]

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Meet Wolf Ridge Farmer, David Abazs


Posted By Carrie Anderson
November 11, 2013

David Abazs hails originally from the suburbs of New York City. A documentary about Amish life provided the spark to motivate David to pursue his dream when he was just seven – become a farmer. He goes on to say, “It [the documentary] was about these people without mustaches and beards and they used horses […]

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