A natural wonder located in northern Minnesota, Voyageurs National Park spans 340 square miles. Covering roughly 218,000 acres, including 84,000 acres of water, the park is home to 240 species of birds, 42 species of mammals, 53 species of fish, and more than 900 species of flora. Its glacier-carved landscape includes rock formations that are more than 2.5 billion years old, accounting for some of the oldest exposed rock in the world.
Green Fleet of the Month: Fueling sustainability
With environmental concerns a top priority, Minnesota's Voyageurs National Park is a firm believer in biodiesel