Nature calendars available

The Dickinson Conservation District is pleased to announce that the 2020 “Nature of Dickinson County” Calendars are now available for sale. Filled with beautiful images of the wildlife and scenery in Dickinson County, taken by local photographers, it will make any wall look great and can provide a touch of home for out of town family and friends. Calendars are $10 each and can be purchased from the Conservation District at 420 N Hooper St, Kingsford, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or at local retailers, such as: TDS, Northwoods Wilderness Outfitters, Norway Merchantile, Ray’s Fee Mill, Ace Hardware, Full Circle Grocery, Nordic Trading Post, DCH, Westman Precision, Paws & Claws Pet Grooming, Moose Jacksons, I.M. City Hall, U.P. Sport & Spoke, Contrast Coffee, Chamber of Commerce, Pasty Oven, U.P. Chaga, and Echo Boutique. Go to the online marketplace to order and have calendars mailed across the country with a nominal fee for postage. Proceeds from the calendars are used to fund youth and adult environmental education efforts. Thank you to this year’s calendar sponsors: Timber Product of I.M., First Pillar Advertising LLC, Tavernini Agency Inc., Redline Sport & Marine, Forestry Assisted Program, First National Bank of Iron Mountain & Kingsford, Ryan Lynch Law Offices, Coleman Engineering, Breitung Township Schools, Van Oss Forestry, Wild Rivers Invasive Species Coalition, Minerick Logging, and Verso Corporation. Photographers can go to the website www.dickinsoncd.org to learn about the photo contest that generates the lovely images in the calendar.