Dispute over Minnesota’s environmental fund leaves projects on wolves, weeds and mussels in limbo

From MPR.org:

For the past several years, University of Minnesota researchers have studied wolves in Voyageurs National Park to learn how they spend their summers.

They’ve uncovered some fascinating details. Wolves are often thought of as bloodthirsty carnivores that hunt large mammals. But in the summers, the researchers tracked them catching freshwater fish — and even feasting on wild blueberries.

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