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CHIPPEWA NATIONAL FOREST

Higher drumming count may not mean more grouse when season opens Sept. 17.
The Chippewa National Forest Service is requesting information, comments and other assistance from federal, state, local agencies, tribes and landowners on the Pennington North Resource Management Project through Sept. 12.
Bowen Lodge would get land where the marina is located in exchange for an undeveloped parcel nearby.
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The Chippewa National Forest is looking for volunteers who would like to spend the summer as campground hosts at one of its forest campgrounds.
The USDA Forest Service, with the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe as a cooperating agency, is proposing to restore fire-dependent ecosystems and associated wildlife habitat and cultural resources and uses throughout a portion of the Chippewa National Forest.
The USDA Forest Service, with the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe as a cooperating agency, is proposing to restore fire-dependent ecosystems and associated wildlife habitat and cultural resources and uses throughout a portion of the Chippewa National Forest.
Campfires and charcoal grills are now permitted in the Chippewa National Forest after recent rainfall and cooler weather conditions.
Work on the project will include pavement patching and crack sealing. The Stony Point campground Road (Forest Road 3797) will remain open throughout the project, but travelers should expect brief periods of traffic delays, a release said.

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The order is being lifted in accordance with the state of Minnesota guidelines that went into effect on May 7. The removal of limiting group size includes outdoor events, gatherings, recreation activities and group campsites in the national forest.
The Chippewa National Forest is adjusting the allowable outdoor group size permitted in the forest to 50 people or less, in accordance with the state of Minnesota guidelines that went into effect on March 15.
Online registration is now open for the Chippewa Triathlon, which is scheduled for Saturday, June 12, in the Chippewa National Forest near Cass Lake, Minn. The triathlon includes a 14-mile canoe route, 27-mile mountain bike course and 5-mile run, all through the national forest. The course follows the centuries-old "Pike Bay Connection.”

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