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What to Eat When It’s Really Cold Out (Really, Really Cold)

January 16, 2015Written by Michael Y. Park Yes, we know you’re cold. Sure, we agree that you’d “literally” be risking frostbite by going out to eat. And we totally get why it’s not worth you leaving the safety of your toasty comforter to hit the “on” button of your slow cooker. It’s tough feeding yourself […]

Will Steger: Climate change now visible in Minnesota

Minnesota Will Steger is best known for his expeditions to places like the North Pole and Antarctica. He’s the founder of the Will Steger Foundation, and has been a prominent voice on climate change for more than a decade. While his original work brought stories of climate change from the Arctic, the movement is growing […]

Scientist in focus – Arctic adventurer Will Steger

WSF Advisory Board member Dr. John Abraham interviews our founder Will Steger for his weekly post on The Guardian. “Scientist in focus – Arctic adventurer Will Steger: A trailblazing adventurer became a leading educator” Read the article…

MPR’s The Daily Circuit features Climate Cast

March 27, 2014 Every Thursday, MPR meteorologist Paul Huttner joins The Daily Circuit to talk about the latest research on our changing climate and the consequences we’re seeing here in Minnesota and worldwide. Will Steger is mentioned in the broadcast.

Sharing tales of Antarctic adventure

Friday, February 28, 2014 12:00 amRICHARD DANCECOEUR d’ALENE – One of the world’s most famous explorers made an expedition to Thursday’s Cd’A Leadership Breakfast of the Inland Northwest Council of the Boy Scouts of America.

Insight From a National Geographic Explorer: Oceanography | Will Steger

Will Steger is featured in Oceanography, from National Geographic Learning and Cengage Learning. Oceanography, Eighth Edition gives students a basic understanding of the scientific questions, complexities, and uncertainties involved in ocean use, as well as the role and importance of the ocean in nurturing and sustaining life on the planet. 

Exploration and UND: More than tradition

By: Mike Jacobs, Grand Forks HeraldNov. 10, 2013 It’s probably a coincidence that UND’s moon rover project ended only a day after a symposium celebrating another feat of exploration.On Tuesday, UND and the Canadian government honored Vilhjalmar Stefansson, an alumnus who was the last person to discover new land on Planet Earth. Will Steger, this […]