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Apostle Islands Sled Dog Race

Racing Dogs for Internship

You never know when one thing will lead to another. Associate Professor of Outdoor Education Elizabeth Andre took her winter skills students to Firestar Kennel in Cornucopia to learn about dogsledding. That day sparked an idea. Kennel owner Krystal (Hagstrom) Hudacheck ’10 noticed that Andre’s students really connected with her…

Fostering the Next Generation of Stewards

…he, however, foresee such disconnections and harried experiences for youth? With the shrinking amount of time young people spend outdoors, there has also been a growing concern about who will carry forward the legacy of stewardship handed down to us by the likes of Bob Marshall, Aldo Leopold, Rachel Carson,…

Glass of beer sitting next to Cabbie's Tap logo.

Ten-cent Taps, Lasting Romance & Ida's Special Sauce

…dating, but girls were always with us. I remember Sue Hoecher compared Cabbie’s to a train station because it was so long and narrow and of course smoke filled. Other coeds who were often present include Mary Jean Burich, Joanie Marshall, Jeanann O’Brien, and Shirley Farning. The memories are all…

Northland College chemistry prof and students in lab.

Your Gifts at Work

…Ruth E. Babcock Mackie Memorial Scholarship Peder Madsen Work Study Award Irwin Maier Scholarship Caroline Mark Endowed Scholarship D. Clare Marquette Scholarship Caroline Marshall Work Study Award Nancy D. & Robert R. Martin Scholarship Elaine Peroutky McIver Work Study Award Marion C. McIver Endowed Scholarship Mead Witter Foundation Endowed Scholarship…

Sigurd Olson Letters

…passed our appropriation bill because I fear it will bring out into the open our ultimate intentions and marshall against us very heavy opposition which may today be “looking out the window” as far as our appropriation bill is concerned. SIGURD’S RESPONSE: Minneapolis, April 15, 1956 Memo to CSK and…

Two Northland College students and dogs

Finding Home on a New Campus

Transfer Students Michaela Jurewicz and Katie Tapper

…nodded, and that was that! We were canoe buddies quickly turned friends. Katie: One interesting fact I learned about Michaela was she had kissed a giraffe. We became close during the duration of our trip and talked about the dogsledding with Julie Buckles and planned to do it together. Why…

Sigurd Olson Speeches

…on the wall. The Superior National Forest is doomed unless drastic measures are taken at once. Last session of Congress the Shipstead Newton bill was introduced, amended, and dropped until this session. Now, as the Shipstead Nolan Bill, it is again proposed to introduce it without the qualifying amendment, as…

Journal Entries Singing Wilderness

…Below” demonstrated that Olson was unfit for the job of conservation commissioner. Sigurd responded on March 24 that he simply hadn’t thought about the potential reaction when he submitted the article: “I guess the fact of the matter is that I have become so embroiled in controversial problems all over…

Mother loon and her chick

Loon Research Award

…loon watcher. His 1952 research paper with coauthor William H. Marshall, “The Common Loon in Minnesota,” continues to be cited as one of the premier baseline reports on the species. Sigurd was born in Ely, Minnesota, on September 15, 1923. He was the eldest son of Sigurd F. Olson—internationally famous…

Sig Olson's personal gear

Sigurd Olson Legacy

…who could bring together warring factions of environmentalists. “I think he always kept his eye on the star, and he didn’t get down here where we more common folks deal more with personalities,” said former Wilderness Society President Ted Swem. “He made wilderness and life sing,” said George Marshall, a…