Byway News

MARK YOUR CALENDAR Thurs. Sept. 7, 2017 from 6:30-8:30 pm.
Pequot Lakes fire tower. Photo: Travis Grimler-EchoJournal
"...In the early spring of 2017, the DNR indicated possible interest in selling the fire tower due to increasing cost of maintenance and vandalism.
The cab of the Pequot Lakes fire tower was once used by the Department of Natural Resources forestry to watch for wildfire. Today, the tower sits empty due to budgetary issues and constant vandalism. Travis Grimler/Echo Journal
"...The tower has faced difficulties because of vandals.
Oh yum! I LOVE breakfast! Come for the Community Breakfast to Honor Veterans. Saturday Aug 26, 2017.  Breakfast served 8-11AM at the picnic shelter near the Dam at Crosslake Campground & Park.
Morena Hammer receives 2017 Linda Ulland Memorial Scholarship, May 2017
Pequot Lakes High School senior, Morena Hammer, is the 2017 recipient of the Linda Ulland Memorial Scholarship of $1000.00.
It might have more to do with the air than the water. Click link to listen to this podcast:
Ted Sullivan of Northern Tree Services in Pillager removed a huge white pine tree that had fallen months ago near the highway south of the Pine River Dam in Crosslake on Friday, July 28.
There's so much more than flowers to discover at the Linda Ulland Memorial Gardens. Come and see for yourself!
Feast your eyes on these lovely flowers.
Beautiful flowers! Come to the Gardens and see them yourself.
The milkweed is established, flowering and attracting monarchs.
The Swans on Rice Lake have again nested successfully with 5 cygnets. Video by Judd Brink,
The custom engraved paver bricks are a fundraiser for the Linda Ulland Memorial Gardens.
Click to download pdf of comprehensive list of donors, supporters, volunteers and friends of the Linda Ulland Memorial Garde
CLICK TO READ the Northland Press article.
Cindy Nelson, Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association
Certificates of Appreciation were given to the original partners as follows: