This is a completely subjective dasymetric map showing how I have come to interpret the distinct social, political, and economic regions within the State of Minnesota. This map should be referenced any time you plan on traveling, relocating, or talking to any of the locals in Minnesota.
This is an isopleth map showing income distribution in the Duluth-Superior metropolitan area (commonly known as the Twin Ports). Areas with a minority population over 10% tend to be situated in very low-income neighborhoods.
The Boundary Waters Canoe Area (BWCA) is over 1,000,000 acres of undisturbed wilderness in the state of Minnesota. This map shows which ranger stations correspond with each entry point. Visitors need to pick up their permits at the appropriate ranger station before entering the BWCA.