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Camp Brother Bear Disc Golf Clinic

September 23, 2023, 9:30 am11:00 am

Are you new to disc golf, or do want to pick up new skills? Learn the necessary how-tos of disc golf in the scenic Highbridge Hills. Thanks to Northland College’s Logistical Support Center, there will be equipment available to use as you try your hand at disc golf. Learn from…

Northland College Women's Soccer NCAA III

Athletics

…mental life by investing in both academics and athletics. In fact we’ve just completed a new campus fitness center as well as a new soccer and lacrosse stadium. Women’s Sports Men’s Sports Basketball Baseball Cross Country Basketball Golf Cross Country Hockey Golf Lacrosse Hockey Soccer Lacrosse Softball Soccer Volleyball  …

Northland student research

Research Showcase

Seth W. Davenport, Tyrease “TJ” James, and Dr. Jonathan G. Marti

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Annual Golf Classic

Join us for the 2017 Annual Golf Classic on Thursday, July 6 at Chequamegon Bay Golf Club in Ashland, Wisconsin. Mark your calendar and start building your team! Proceeds will support Northland College Athletics. Thursday, July 6 8:30 a.m. Registration Opens 10 a.m. Shotgun Start Location Chequamegon Bay Golf Club…

Northland College Nordic Skiing

Essential Eligibility Criteria

Annually the Brother Bear Fund supports the entry fee for two Northland College students (one male and one female) to ski the American Birkebeiner 50K Skate or 55K Classic ski races. The fund also provides each student a $50 stipend prior to the race for expenses. We have selected recipients…

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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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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.