If you want a wilderness experience without backpacking into the forest, come to Lost Lake. Bring everything you need as it is at least 10 miles to a little store or place to eat. This part of the Nicolet is located in Florence County, approx. Lost Lake is about a one hour drive west of Iron Mountain, via U. Highway 2 and State Highway Caution: there is an abundance of wildlife in this area.
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White Pines Forest State Park
Cathedral Pines - Native Tree Society BBS
When it comes to the relationship between people and environment, the logging of the forests was the most dramatic event in Minnesota. It was timber, not farmland, that first attracted European settler-colonists to Minnesota. The earliest logging in Minnesota took place alongside rivers, where there was both a lot of timber and a free-flowing means of transportation. Eventually, two-man saws — faster and cheaper than axes — would become the tool of choice for lumberjacks. Typically uneducated, low-skilled migrant workers, the lumberjacks undertook an enormous amount of labor, requiring a diet of around 5, calories per day.
Weathered trunks of scaled bark that feed into spires of canopies that eclipse light. At their base, roots that have spent decades burrowing into soil. There is precious little forest in the Northeast that has not been logged or grazed, but stands of undisturbed trees years or older do exist. Old growth makes up less than 1 percent of eastern forests and may be clusters of hardwoods or towering stands of white pine. The following native forests—accessible by hiking trails—represent some of the most awe-inspiring old trees in the region.
Before the early 20th century, longleaf pine forests were ubiquitous to the southern coastal plains, encompassing approximately 90 million acres of land. But years of deforestation by the logging and farming industries took its toll on the forested ecosystem, and today only 3 percent remains. Equipped with a year survey documenting the locations of longleaf pine stands and multiple cameras, Hemard has created one of the most complete photographic compilations of this region.