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Northland College student repackage leftover food.

Larson Food Lab

The Don R. and Carole J. Larson Food Lab represents a milestone in local food infrastructure as the region’s largest food processing facility. The food processing facilities are structured to function not just as a certified kitchen, but also as a laboratory for student education, research and discovery, and as a catalyst for local economic

Madeline Island, Wisconsin Areal View

Islands Summit

Join us for the 2018 Islands Summit. The Madeline Island/Town of La Pointe community is excited to serve as your hosts for this unique event. Beautiful Madeline Island is located in southwestern Lake Superior, roughly three miles off-shore from the Wisconsin mainland. The Madeline Island Chamber of Commerce provides great information on what Madeline Island

Northland College students do radio interview in early 1960s with photographer and curator John Szarkowski

Changing the Way We See

ASHLAND NATIVE JOHN SZARKOWSKI SHOWED AMERICA A NEW WAY TO LOOK AT PHOTOGRAPHS

When John Szarkowski began as director of photography at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City in 1962, photography was considered a utilitarian median, a means to document what existed. He elevated the photograph as a legitimate form of art. “Szarkowski’s thinking, whether Americans know it or not, has become our thinking about…

Teacher with elementary students

Colleges of Distinction Recognizes Northland Educator Preparation Program

The students and faculty of the Northland College Educator Preparation Program have been nationally recognized by the Colleges of Distinction, an organization that connects students to colleges and programs. “We find it critical for future educators to be experienced practitioners with a keen understanding of different perspectives,” the Colleges of Distinctions wrote in its recognition…

Students backpacking on a trail.

Teacher & Student Handbooks

For students, one of the awesome benefits of Northland’s Forest Lodge programs is spending time with and learning from the professionals involved. These people may inspire students as they consider their life path and career. Others will empower students to acknowledge skills, strengths, abilities, and interests. We’ll embark on these opportunities as a group, so

Northland College lifelong learning artists retreat class.

Artist’s North Woods Retreat

September 26September 28

Join professional artists Diana Randolph and Jan Wise for this artist’s retreat nestled among the old-growth trees at Forest Lodge on Lake Namakagon in Cable, Wisconsin. Observe, explore, and interpret the pristine lake and forest environment of this unique north woods retreat through various art and drawing mediums. Class work takes place in the boathouse…

Students around a camp fire

Human-Environment Connection

The CRC engages in projects that capture attitudes, perceptions and behaviors related to the natural environment, and that explore how policies and changes in the environment affect quality of life, attachment to place, and well-being.

CRC Publications

A listing and links to publications produced by the Northland College Center for Rural Communities.

Opinion Polls

Opinion Polls Hot Topics The Northland College Public Opinion Polls are designed to capture the opinions of people living in the north woods region related to locally-relevant, topical issues.

Ashland 4th of July Parade

Quality of Life

We are developing a public database of assets and amenities that make rural communities a good places to live.