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Sunset at Forest Lodge

Forest Lodge Educational Campus

Nestled among old growth forest, this unique north woods retreat is situated along two-plus miles of Lake Namekagon’s pristine southern shoreline….

wolf art

Wolf Conservation in America’s National Parks

…limits for harvesting wolves. In the lower forty-eight states the National Park Service manages parks, lakeshores, recreation areas, wild and scenic rivers, and monuments (among others). Wolves within national “parks” are legally protected from hunting and trapping. On the other hand, wildlife in most “recreation areas” and “lakeshores” are managed…

FinalGreat Lakes Science for Parks Symposium 2023 Booklet

and Wildlife Service Abstract: From 2006 to 2011, and in 2014, and 2015 we banded, measured, and took biological samples from nestling bald eagles in and adjacent to Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, the Upper St. Croix National Scenic River, and the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area. Based on 656…

Bad River Tribal Flag Raising

May 23, 2:10 pm2:40 pm

The flag represents the rich history and traditions of the Bad River Band and serves as a symbol of the Bad River nation—a sovereign nation with a unique culture, history, and rights. Northland College and the School District of Ashland, which will also raise the Bad River Flag at three…

Tyler Forks Community Forest in fall

Doug Wood Book Release and Author Q&A

November 29, 7:00 pm8:00 pm

On December 5, author and musician Doug Wood will be releasing his latest book titled A Wild Path. Ahead of the release, Doug will read short excerpts from A Wild Path and answer questions about the book during this virtual event. Doug Wood is an artist, naturalist, wilderness guide, folk…

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What did we learn from 2017’s floods in Quebec and Ontario?

Inside the politics of water

…released from Lake Ontario would push the St. Lawrence River 10 centimetres higher. Mr. Blanchard, a boating enthusiast, is retired and lives with his wife Helen just upstream from the lone dam near Cornwall, Ont., that controls some of the water flowing from Lake Ontario into the St. Lawrence River….

Northland College student Abby Keller and National Park Service mentor Caroline Twombly stand outside the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore

Understanding Federal Applications and

November 9, 5:30 pm6:30 pm

…interested in any of these federal agencies: Department of Interior (DOI includes the National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, Fish & Wildlife Service) US Geological Survey (USGS) Forest Service (USFS) National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Science Foundation (NSF) Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Department of Housing and Urban…