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
Linda Ulland Memorial Gardens
"...Bumble bees, because of their size and strength, perform what's
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We are recruiting volunteers for our 2018 season. Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association (PBSBA) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization in Crow Wing & Cass County with many volunteer opportunities. • Board member: seeking candidates interested in serving a 3-yr. term as Secretary on the board of Directors.
• On Call Volunteers: to assist with events such as parades, festivals, annual meetings, outdoor movies nites, tending gardens at Linda Ulland Memorial Gardens. Many great ways to meet people and learn some interesting history and tall tales. No previous knowledge of the area is necessary.
• filing archives, preparing scrapbooks, or arranging displays at the Learning Center-Crosslake Campground. The hours are flexible; work as little or often as you wish.
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.