WASHINGTON – America’s scenic roadways got a major boost in Congress today (February 6, 2019) as the House of Representatives passed a bill to restart the dormant National Scenic Byways Program, wh
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For more than 15 years, the 54-mile nationally designated Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway has spread the word about its resources; walking trails, recreational parks, wildlife management areas, paved shoulders for biking, fourteen informational panel kiosks, historic sites, exhibits, gardens, scholarships and so much more.
Unfortunately, the National Scenic Byways Program has been largely dormant since Congress pulled support for it in 2012. But now, with passage this week of the “Reviving America’s Scenic Byways Act of 2019,” the secretary of Transportation will start the application process for new byways in the next 90 days and designate a round of new National Scenic Byways within one year.
Congratulations to Pequot Lakes High School graduated senior, Jordyn Tayloe for being awarded this year's $1000 Linda Ulland Memorial Scholarship. Jordyn!
We hope you all will come and celebrate Crosslake becoming a MN Audubon Bird
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District, released a draft Environmental Assessment, or EA, today, March 21, and is seeking public comments until April 22, on a request from the National Loon Center Foundation for a lease to construct, operate and maintain a National Loon Center within the Corps-owned and operated Cross Lake Recreation Area in Crosslake, Minnesota.
A Bunyan-sized Thank you to Byway member and Minnesota Master Naturalist, Peggy Fowler for her countless hours of weeding, mulching, and organizing the gardens her
November 7, 2018
Awarded as this year's People's Favorite Amateur level Soup - Babe's Booya simmered slow and bubbled in a cauldron over an open campfire - as only real loggin' lumberjack camp cooks would - the bo
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