We regret to inform you that The North Woods Call has suspended publication for the time being.
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Until such time as publication resumes--which we hope will be in the near future--subscriptions will not be available.
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Welcome to The North Woods Call -- your most reliable source of conservation news and information.
As the publication of choice for people who love the north country, The Call has been your vital link to good stewardship of natural resources and responsible enjoyment of the outdoors for more than a half-century.
While other outdoor media often deliver the standard "hook 'em and shoot 'em" approach, odds are that any substantive conservation news first appeared in The North Woods Call.
Our exclusive reporting is enhanced by an insightful editorial page, special features, and top-notch writing and photojournalism. All this is bolstered by reader comments, guest columns and your active participation in The North Woods Call community.
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