Way back in Minnesota’s remote Lost River State Forest, eight old hunting shacks have provided shelter over the years for snowmobilers, birdwatchers, and, of course, hunters. As they are private buildings on public land, the state Department of Natural Resources says they must go. But families that have used the shacks for generations are fighting their removal. So the question is: Are old hunting shacks on public land historic buildings or illegal eyesores? What’s your take? Click here for the story
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