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These stories about the great outdoors, adventure sports and eco-tourism are made possible through the continued support of Lake Superior State University as part of our Community Leaders Program.

 

Chippewa County pets up for adoption (15 Photos)

Chippewa County pets up for adoption (15 Photos)

Seven-month-old Nimkii and his friends are looking for their forever homes
This nearby zipline offers breathtaking views <b>(9 photos)</b>

This nearby zipline offers breathtaking views (9 photos)

A tourist spot that launched in the 1950s, St. Ignace's Mystery Spot also has a pretty significant zipline experience
More and more, the summer season paddles in on a kayak

More and more, the summer season paddles in on a kayak

Upward trend goes beyond cheap gear into confidence and comfort
River gains thousands of LSSU-raised world-class game fish

River gains thousands of LSSU-raised world-class game fish

Lake Superior State University's hatchery program saw the first returns in 1990 and soon began taking eggs from the returning salmon
Sunny day in Sault Ste. Marie (5 photos)

Sunny day in Sault Ste. Marie (5 photos)

Friday was a beautiful spring day in Sault Ste. Marie that felt a lot like summer. Temperatures are expected to cool off next week.,
Center for Freshwater Research and Education wows students

Center for Freshwater Research and Education wows students

Special education students raised money to learn about hydroelectricity, the watershed and sturgeons
1,000 gallons of Postma tradition jarred from 121-year-old family roots

1,000 gallons of Postma tradition jarred from 121-year-old family roots

“One of my favorite things is sitting back, after you’ve done all the work, and watching the syrup draw off; It’s like watching the fruits of your labor” – Kevin Postma 
Ice angling circuit wraps up with fun for family and fishermen

Ice angling circuit wraps up with fun for family and fishermen

Cody Mayer takes the top prize of the Last Chance Walleye Derby
Local anglers hooked on hand-made ice fishing rods

Local anglers hooked on hand-made ice fishing rods

Jim Trisch is well-known in the area for his skill at making fishing rods, feeding deer and lending a helping hand
<b>OPINION:</b> Talking turkey in the Eastern Upper Peninsula

OPINION: Talking turkey in the Eastern Upper Peninsula

I enjoy watching them, hunting them, eating them, and listening to them as well