to everyone that pledged during
our summer membership drive.
Also thanks to everyone that
attended our 11th Annual
Mississippi River Music
Here in northern MN, plants, birds and
insects are all responding to
warmth and rhythm of summer.
Join the KAXE Facebook Group -
Season Watch and discuss
Phenology and share photos with
community arts project
led by John Bauer addressing the
aftermath of suicide.
Interviews with artists
involved are made possible by
the MN Arts and Cultural
and Cultural Heritage Fund
can find more about these
contract producer positions
and volunteer, Grant Frashier visits
Effie and tells us about the history
of the Effie Rodeo.
St Louis River Watershed Value
Stephanie Hemphill reports on an
attempt to put a dollar value on the
You'll find previous stories on our
NCR Trips invites
you to join tour guides Fred
Freidman and Scott Hall on a
charted bus to Minneapolis to
watch the Twins play the Houson
Astros at Target Field on
Friday, August 28th for a 7:10
pm game. Cost is $85. Seating
is limited to 56 passengers.
Call and reserve your ticket
deadline for reservations is noon
Friday, Aug 7th.
Local Foods and pests
Professor of Entomology, Chris
Phillips from UoM's
NCROC shared these two
sites for those interested in
learning more about good and bad
insects and how to manage them.
Poets read their own work every
weekday at 7:40am and again at 11am.
It includes both established poets
and students as writers and readers.
You can listen to
Doin' The New Lowdown by Anthony
What We're Reading
segment by Tammy Bobrowsky.
You can listen to this week's
Phenology with John Latimer
You can see more photos on our
Facebook. Join in the fun and share
your observations and what berries
are you seeing and eating
(blueberries and raspberries) or
avoiding eating, like baneberry
and bluebead lily berries.
In Bemidji, Natives and
non-Natives have been working
for decades to focus attention
on the root causes of racial
Melissa Townsend from
Minn Native News tells the
story of their progress.
Historian Don Boese
begins a new series on life in the
first iron mines on the Mesabi
Range. The stories were collected in
the 1960's by Oliver Mining
employee, James Steel.
Check here to hear and download
his segments and other history
segments about northern Minnesota.
the latest history segments on
our audio highlights page!
Stories that Matter
Hemphill covers the environmental
impact of sulfates on wild rice, you
can also hear our Pipeline Stories
from Britt Aamodt
Produced and hosted by volunteer and
retired wildlife biologist Jim
Where have you been paddling this
Minnesota - Tune
in Friday afternoons from 2 to 4pm
and Saturdays from 5-7pm with Tom
Sippola for an exploration of music by
Minnesota talent and ideas on where
to see live music!
Tell us about your favorite MN
Album of the Week
Help us help Harry Hutchins
Long time member and contributor to
Northern Community Radio, and forest
ecologist, Harry Hutchins needs new
kidney. If you need
more info or want to talk with
contact us! 800-662-5799.