Pequot Lakes Community Actionhas a new event they are helping to organize ... Trick and Treating around and downtown Pequot Lakes on Saturday, Oct. 27- 10am -2pm.
For release 8/20/2018
Derby results and smiling people with fish from our Annual Kids Fishing Derby at the US Army Corps of Engineers Cross Lake Recreation Area.
PBSBA member volunteer Dave Badger has been busy working on the Veterans Memorial Walking Trail including building a new bench, board replacement on the wetland walk, and mowing the weeds, etc. Da
Keith Simar has been busy on the speaking circuit this summer talking about the Pequot Lakes Fire Tower at the Pequot Lakes Historical Society on June 2nd.
Paddling is a great way to enjoy the many lakes and streams in the area. If you are looking for others who enjoy this sport, the Crow Wing Paddlers is for you.
Many Thanks to A-Pine Restaurant owner, Rick Beyer for permission to the landscaping and especially to the hard-working volunteers who landscaped low maintenance plantings around the Scenic Byway's
Many thanks to PBSBA board member Roger Hoplin for moving the Chiarella sign to storage. As Roger put it, “What a job”! You are incredible, thanks for all your hard work.
Thank you so much for sharing your time, insights and knowledge with our University of Minnesota Regional Sustainable Develp
New Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway directional and route signage is installed along the country roads making up the Scenic Byway.
On Wednesday afternoon, 7/25/18, representatives of the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association (PBSBA) and the U.S.
Jadyn Young & Brittny Condon, Cross Lake Recreation Area, Crosslake, MN conducted two Monarch Butterfly release programs into the established pollinator garden near the Cross Lake Office. A to
This garden is dedicated in memory of local environmental steward and avid PBSB supporter, Linda Ulland.
The Paul Bunyan and Lucette Face Cut-Outs photo opp located near the playground at the US Army Corps of Engineer's Cross Lake Recreation Area is all fixed with new decking replacing the old rotted
On July 24 & 25th the U of M Extension Regional Sustainable Development Partnerships holds their meeting in the central region and they have asked to tour the
Click to read article published July 5, 2018 in the Echo Jour
Patty Norgaard, Mayor of Crosslake has spearheaded something with the Audubon Society of MN called a Bird City Project.
Scenic Byway members Lynn Scharenbroich and USACE Crosslake Rec Area Superviory Ranger Corrine Hodapp are coordinating with local musicians, the Palmers, for recording new audio stories created for
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