Thoughts and prayers to everyone involved with the Flood of 2009 in Red River Valley. The situation is overwhelming. Great job to all the volunteers and officials who are trying to save the cities and keep everyone safe. Jonell and I went up to Moorhead on March 26th to help a homeowner build a dike around their home and a few photos are posted below. If anyone needs help or a place to stay, please contact us.
The guest photo album page is designated for images captured by the Maplelag guests. If you have a special photo or two to share, please feel free to e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for sharing!!
Photo taken by Winona LaDuke of Marty, the fabulous Saginaw Chippewa sporting his makinaw during a break from the Great Lakes Indigenous Farming Retreat held at Maplelag mid February.
Bullhead Lake has been home to groups of trumpeter swans throughout the Summer and Fall with as many as 20 swans on the lake at one time. The trumpeter swan was introduced in the Tamarac Wildlife Refuge (6 miles east of Maplelag) in 1987 and has been a major success story, considering only 70 swans existed worldwide in 1932, with a healthy population in this area. Swans often land on Little Sugarbush, the lake Maplelag is next to, and are a treat to watch and listen to.
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