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Think differently. Live differently. Northland College is a private, liberal arts college with a progressive focus on the environment and sustainability. We prepare 600 students from across the United States and around the world for meaningful lives and successful careers. Founded in 1892, Northland College is located at the tip…

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Veterans

If you are currently serving in the military, have served in the past, or are a dependent of someone who has, you may be eligible to receive financial assistance from the Department of Veterans Affairs (V.A.). Northland College actively assists eligible students with applying their educational benefits towards a degree….

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Native Student Offerings

Whether you are looking at majoring in Native American studies, you want to help bring cultural awareness to campus, or are dedicated to promoting STEM fields to youth, we hope you find your passion here.       Related Native Student Offerings Growing our next generation. Whether you are looking…

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Learn About Wolves

This section is a great place to begin learning all about wolves. Information in this section will start with the basics of wolves around the world and carry you through more advanced publications. Related Learn About Wolves Identify and understand. This section is a great place to begin learning all…

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Wolf Status Reports

Every one to three years (depending on region) state and federal agencies survey and monitor gray wolf populations. These reports summarize the best available information on the status of gray wolves in specific regions in the United States. Related Wolf Management Watch, record, report. Every one to three years (depending…

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About Loons

Related About Loons Your guide to know. Loon Size The common loon measures about 30 inches from head to tail and has a 5-foot wingspan. Adults weigh 6 to 13 lbs. with the male generally being larger than the female in a pair. Plummage: Feather Colors & Patterns During the…

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Protect Loons

Over the last seventy years, northern Wisconsin has experienced increasing development. Housing density maps from 1940, 1990, and 2010 clearly show cumulative density throughout the decades, particularly in the lakes regions. What does this mean for loons? Loss of habitat, declining water quality, and increased recreational use of lakes influences…

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Get Involved

Since 1978, LoonWatch’s Annual Lakes Monitoring Program has engaged an active volunteer network of Loon Rangers as its primary tool to collect critical long-term data on loons in northern Wisconsin. Working as population monitors and environmental educators, these volunteers have been the field force that has provided SOEI and WI…

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Lab Services

The Applied Research and Environmental Laboratory (ARELab) is an analytical laboratory that supports applied environmental research and provides service to citizens and natural resource professionals throughout the region. Students work with faculty and staff to analyze a range of environmental samples that describe water quality, soil nutrients, and foodweb processes….