For years Minnesota biologists stocked remote lakes with trout by dropping them out of planes in sometimes risky conditions from about 100 feet. With better equipment, they began using safer and more gentle helicopters in 2020.

Bringing trout back to remote Minnesota lakes

November 26
For years Minnesota biologists stocked remote lakes with trout by dropping them out of planes in sometimes risky conditions from about 100 feet. With better equipment, they began using safer and more gentle helicopters in 2020.
Minneapolis' Sweets Kendamas sells the hottest quarantine toy you've never heard of
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Variety

Minneapolis' Sweets Kendamas sells the hottest quarantine toy you've never heard of

November 27
Matt Jorgenson, best known by his nickname, Sweets, is hardly ever without a kendama draped over his shoulders like a pelt. He considers himself a "walking billboard" for his company, which is among the toy's dominant retailers worldwide.
Demand for real Christmas trees up during pandemic
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Local

Demand for real Christmas trees up during pandemic

November 27
The real Christmas tree industry, which has been battling an increased interest in artificial trees, is overjoyed to see that more Americans appear to be flocking to fresh-cut evergreens this season.