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Sigurd F. Olson Journal Entries

…to use them and to read over an old story of mine as I did this evening and to see that my judgement has been vindicated. For fifteen years I have searched myself and now at last I know and that brings me happiness. Searching searching, how indefatigable I have…

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Alumnus Karl ’04 oversees outdoor therapeutic program

Healing Through a Lense

their own spirits.” Felicia Scheiderhan is a writer living in Duluth. More About This Project New Light Gallery Artistic work produced by the Northwest Passage clients is showcased at the In a New Light Gallery, located in Webster, Wisconsin. According to Ian Karl ’04, the gallery serves many purposes. “It’s…

WritersRead artwork

Writers to Share Their Encounters on Stage

With Northland Students, Staff, Faculty, and Alumni

…Nelson of Mellen, who curated the book Love Stories of the Bay. Since that first energizing winter night of reading stories aloud in a Bayfield coffee shop, Writers Read has grown, moved its location several times, and featured stories on topics such as food, weather, travel, transformation, and darkness. One…

SONWA Winners 2017

Honeybees and a trailblazing scientist top the 2017 SONWA book awards

…Saved the Ecosystem, by Patricia Newman (Millbrook Press/Learner Publishing Group) This book is an account of the scientific journey marine biologist, Brent Hughes, took to discover the interdependent relationship between healthy seagrass beds, extraordinarily surviving nutrient-polluted waters, with an unexpected hero, the sea otter. Filled with facts about sea life…

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…

Sigurd Olson Speeches

…is important to enjoy. As man grows more industrialized and regimented, the kind of delight common in children becomes impossible to adults.” In conservation education we can play on the development and retention of this inherent capacity of children to find delight and enjoyment in simple and natural things. With…

Sigurd Olson Articles

and then the colored lights. I could feel him there with us as we worked, could hear his happy laughter when the lights went on. Though he was far away this Christmas, we knew his spirit was there with us, that in his memories he was reliving on Christmas Eve…

Snowflake Christmas ornament

CUUF: Teachers of Joy

December 5, 10:00 am11:30 am

The Chequamegon Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (CUUF) will have a service online via Zoom where CUUF Minister Stacy Craig will deliver the message titled “Teachers of Joy.” At this service, we’ll take time to reflect on the common and extraordinary experience of joy bursting out and how to be with it…

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…

Journal Entries Singing Wilderness

…impression, every blade of grass and flowing bit of water, then you have accomplished what you set out to do. You can call it the Search if you wish, but it is more than the search for the primitive, it is the search for peace of mind as found in…