Weyerhaeuser Museum Closing Early Feb 7, 2018

Tomorrow (February 7, 2018), the Weyerhaeuser Museum will be closing at 1 p.m. so that staff can attend the Economic Impact event at Little Falls City Hall. We’ll reopen for regular hours on Friday morning (10-5). We apologize for the inconvenience, but feel free to join us at City Hall…

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Rotted Wood Class to Be Held at Weyerhaeuser Museum

The sawmill at Gravelville appears to have a severe case of rotted wood in this photo, MCHS collections #0000.000.329.

As houses and other buildings age, rotted wood becomes a problem. What are the best ways to deal with rotted wood, particularly on historic buildings? This class, “Rotted Wood Repair,” will help attendees learn how to deal with rotted wood. Hosted by the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota, the class will…

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Logging Tour at the Weyerhaeuser Museum

Logging scene, MCHS collections #0000.000.323.

Starting in the mid-1800s with the sale of trees by Chief Hole in the Day to Franklin Steele, the logging industry became a huge industry in Morrison County. When Pine Tree Lumber Company began its operations in Little Falls in 1890, the population boomed and the town blossomed. Learn more…

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Event: Economic Impact of the Arts & History in Morrison County, MN

Morrison County has a vibrant arts, history and cultural community, but just how vibrant is it? One of the most common measures of the impact of any sector of the community is to look at how it affects the economy. While there have been numerous studies related to how the…

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