Don’t miss this free presentation on wolf management presented by Northland College assistant professor Eric Olson, sponsored by the Friends of Lincoln Community Forest with grant funding provided by the Four Cedars Environmental Fund and the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation.
Monday December 10 at 6:30 p.m. at the Grand View, WI Community Center.
On Saturday, thirteen Friends of the Lincoln Community Forest volunteers conducted trail maintenance on the hiking and ski trails. Volunteers cut through fallen trees that blocked the trail; cut away brush and low hanging branches that slap your face; cut or removed stumps, rocks and roots that trip you up; and spread wood chips into ruts by the trailhead entrance left by logging machinery many years ago. We wrapped up the afternoon with hot soup and desserts. It was a great day in the Forest.
The trails are ready for snowshoeing and skiing. Now we just need snow.
Pictured left to right in the featured image is Ed Johnston, Chris Lindsey, Mark Dryer, Art Techlow, Mark Belknap, Jack Wichita, Irv Berlin, Jan Berlin, Steve Sorensen, Jim Pedersen, Ed Isaac. Missing from the group picture is Pam Dryer, Dorothy Lagerroos and Teri Isaac.