Release honoring Tettegouche
We’re big fans of Tettegouche State Park in Minnesota. Part of the North Shore Highlands Biocultural Region, the area was formed during a continental rift that created the Lake Superior basin. Lava flowed into the huge crease. Later, glaciers pushed away sand and revealed the igneous rocks built in layers – found at Tettegouche.
It was also home to native Ojibwe people who fished the lake much of the year and lived in the woods during winter.