Back in 2011 the historic Powwow Trail was ravaged by the Pagami Creek Fire.  In much better shape now the trail has regained it's green growth and the jack pines are thriving.  This regrowth has been made possible by numerous volunteers and Martin Kubik, a BWCAW advocate will be speaking about how they have helped.  The volunteers collaborated with Frost River and also the US Forest Service.

During the presentation coffee will be available and there will also be door prizes from True North Map Co. and also from Frost River and these will be awarded at the end.  It all happens Wednesday, March 6th, 2019 starting at 6PM at the Duluth Folk School which is located at 1917 West Superior Street and you can get more information on this and other events hosted there by checking out their website here. You can also give them a call at 218-481-7888 for more information as well.



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