One journalist’s time in Somalia didn’t quite prepare him for camping with Somali teens. But years later, that camping trip turned out to help a camper in a film role.
The wilderness area on the border between Minnesota and Canada faces an onslaught of mining companies moving into the area.
Since 1964, more than 200,000 adventure enthusiasts a year from throughout the nation flock to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, a 150-mile stretch of untouched wilderness along the border that separates Minnesota and Canada. Now, in the midst of a renewed resource-extraction boom in the U.S., that very area is being eyed by mining