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Sunset at Forest Lodge

Forest Lodge Educational Campus

…Rental Rates & Details Forest Lodge On Lake Namekagon. Northland College and the Cable Natural History Museum offer public tours of Forest Lodge. Explore the fascinating history and architectural design of the Forest Lodge Historic District. The estate is nestled among 872 acres of old growth forest in the heart…

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Fall Festival

…MasterCard Visa Supported Credit Cards: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa Card Number Expiration Date Month Month010203040506070809101112 Year Year20222023202420252026202720282029203020312032203320342035203620372038203920402041   Security Code Cardholder Name Δ Required Event Registration Hotels Near Northland College Camping Near Northland College Tent, Camper, RVs on Campus Volunteer Sign-up Volunteer Sign-up Who’s Coming to Fall Festival? Camping…

Northland College history professor and students


…international relations. History Putting the pieces together. History Major (BA) requirements History Minor requirements Erica Hannickel Professor of Environmental History Erica Hannickel Paul Schue Professor of History Humanities Department Chair Paul Schue Brian Tochterman Associate Professor of Sustainable Community Development Social Sciences Department Chair Brian Tochterman Art Biology Business Administration…

Sigurd Olson Speeches

…steel mills, the roiling river and the docks, is not the true picture. There is something beneath the surface. One who learns the past human history of a country sees with different eyes. One who has developed the feeling of familiarity and at-home-ness with a country through the growth of…

Eyes Wide Open book cover

Eyes Wide Open Author to Speak on Going Beyond the Headlines

…motivations, influences and barriers in the decision making process and matters of societal and cultural bias impacting environmental headlines.” Eyes Wide Open was named a finalist for the 2015 Los Angeles Book Prize, the 2014 AAAS/SubaruSB&F Prize for Excellence in Science Books in the Middle Grades category and is the

SONWA winning books

SONWA Winners 1991-Present

Nature Books for Adults and Children

…a 1.5-hectare marsh on the banks of the Tidnish River in Nova Scotia. Harry Thurston is the author of several collections of poetry and twelve nonfiction books, including Tidal Life: A Natural History of the Bay of Fundy, winner of three non-fiction prizes in the Atlantic region, and The Nature…

Native American dancers

Powwow & Awareness

…available on our Facebook page. Indigenous Cultures Awareness Month Every March, Northland College host several events as part of celebrations marking Indigenous Cultures Awareness Month. The events promote awareness and understanding of Native American and indigenous culture with family-friendly workshops, speakers, and panels. The month’s events are free and open…

Loon Swimming

About Loons

…breeding season, the adult loon has a black iridescent head (that may look greenish in the sun), red eyes, and a white necklace and chin strap. Its back and wings are black with white spots, and its underside is white. The black back with white spots matches the sunlit spots…

City scape of Boston, Mass by photographer Bob Gross

UHA Awards Rector Best Dissertation

The Urban History Association awarded Josiah Rector, Hulings Assistant Professor of US and Environmental History and Culture, the Michael Katz Award for Best Dissertation in Urban History. Rector, who began at Northland College this fall, wrote his dissertation “Accumulating Risk: Environmental Justice and the History of Capitalism in Detroit, 1880-2015,”…

Sigurd Olson Articles

…from the winter’s fast, and as she came on her great black head weaved slowly from side to side. I sat there at the end of the log, fascinated by the sight and my growing predicament. Of course I knew that bears seldom bother humans. But this was spring and…