Search Results

Searched for: 65
Glass of beer sitting next to Cabbie's Tap logo.

Ten-cent Taps, Lasting Romance & Ida's Special Sauce

Alums Remember Cabbie’s Tap owners   Jean Anne (O’Brien) Case 1958 I grew up in Ashland but attended Northland and did stay in the dorm one year. I mostly remember spending a lot of time in Cabbie’s because the age to get into a beer bar was eighteen and they…

Wolf word cloud

TWA Survey Says WI Wildlife Professionals Prefer Higher Wolf Goal

The Northland College Timber Wolf Alliance recently released a technical report, surveying the opinions of the Wisconsin Chapter of the Wildlife Society regarding wolf population goals for Wisconsin. The survey was conducted and the report written by Erik Olson, assistant professor of natural resources, and Adrian Wydeven, chair of the…

Student graduating

Grants

To receive financial aid from federal and state programs you must meet the following guidelines. General Eligibility Requirements Be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen. If male, at least 18 years of age, and born after December 31, 1959, be registered with the Selective Service. Demonstrate financial need if applying…

Sunset at Forest Lodge

Forest Lodge Meditation, Forest Bathing, and Yoga Retreat

July 31August 4

Relax and recharge at the Forest Lodge Educational Campus for a meditation, forest bathing, and yoga retreat. The schedule includes unstructured time in the woods, yoga, forest bathing, and guided meditation. Jodi Supanich will guide meditation, and Sara Clem will guide forest bathing sessions. Please contact Jodi Supanich at jsupanich@northland.edu…

Northland College student

"A Dreamer and a Doer" Cleans the Ravine

By Sean Devlin, ’15 Northland College forestry student Tim Koski is on his way to making the campus Bay City Creek ravine look like it should. Since March, Koski has been working on his senior project identifying and removing invasive species that pose a threat to the native plants in…

Arial view of Northland campus

Impact on local economy put at $45.5 M

By Rick Olivo, The Daily Press A University of Wisconsin-Whitewater study shows that Northland College has an economic impact that compares favorably with the other major employers in Ashland County and has a substantial economic effect over a five-county region. The UW-Whitewater’s Fiscal and Economic Research Center (FERC) prepared the…

Local Food Important to Northern Wisconsin Residents

…the farm, off-farm food stands, through community supported agriculture (CSA), farmer’s markets, or pick your own. Some 65.6 percent get food by hunting, fishing, or gathering—ricing, tapping trees, gathering forest fruits, vegetables, and nuts. Some 58.5 percent grow fruits or vegetables, or raise animals for meat or products. And 33.4…

wolf art

Wolf Conservation in America’s National Parks

One Hundred Years of Learning By Bill Route, National Park Service In 2016 we celebrate one hundred years of the National Park Service (NPS), an agency born in 1916 and charged with managing select areas to preserve and commemorate nationally significant natural and cultural resources. National parks play an increasingly…

Scuba divers on boat

WPR: Wisconsin Sea Grant Awards $2.8M For Great Lakes Research, Outreach Projects

Projects Awarded After Congress Restores Funding For Sea Grant Program By Danielle Kaeding, Wisconsin Public Radio The University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute is awarding $2.8 million to Great Lakes research and education projects. Congress recently restored $76.5 million in Sea Grant funding nationwide. The Trump administration had proposed eliminating…