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Wolf Status Reports

Every one to three years (depending on region) state and federal agencies survey and monitor gray wolf populations. These reports summarize the best available information on the status of gray wolves in specific regions in the United States.

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Fall Festival 2023

September 22September 24

Mark your calendars and call your friends, Fall Festival is coming up fast! We can’t wait to welcome alumni and friends to campus September 22–24, 2023. This year’s events include a welcome party in Howard Pearson Park co-hosted with the City of Ashland and featuring a beer garden and live…

Water Summit

The Mary Griggs Burke Center for Freshwater Innovation convened a Water Summit on Oct. 1, 2016 dedicated to “The Future of the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative.” Experts from New York to Minnesota gathered on Madeline Island in Lake Superior to examine past successes and challenges of GLRI, and to have…

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49th Annual Folk Fest

…Northland College Student Association (NCSA), Folk Fest celebrates forty-nine years this year, solidifying its place as Wisconsin’s longest lasting folk festival. The event will take place on campus April 15-17 rain or shine. Musicians include: Pop Wagner, Plucked up Strong Band, Charlie Parr, We Are the Willows, Michael Gulezian, Pushing…

Careers in Business: Virtual Alumni Panel

October 3, 11:00 am12:00 pm

…District) at Coyote Logistics (December 2017–January 2018) Carrier sales representative at Coyote Logistics (May 2017–May 2018) Carrier sales representative intern at Coyote Logistics (May 2016–August 2016) Education: BA Business Management and Sustainable Entrepreneurship, Northland College (2017) Keith Zelinske ’16 Current Title: Sales Manager—Americas Current Employer: Keeper Security Responsibilities: I manage…

Northland College alumnus Tiffany Kirsten stands with fellow activists along the border of Texas and Mexico

Birds and the Border Wall

…opposed any form of a physical wall. Last week we held outreach events at the Texas Butterfly Festival and at the Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival—two huge ecotourism draws. Festival attendees filled out over 850 Save Santa Ana postcards, which are currently en route to senate offices in DC. Our…

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SONWA Winners 1991-Present

Nature Books for Adults and Children

2016. Coyote America: A Natural and Supernatural History, Dan Flores. • 2016 Young Adult. Hawk, Jennifer Dance. • 2016 Children. Journey: The Most Famous Wolf in the West, Emma Bland Smith with illustrations by Robin James. • 2017 Where Honeybees Thrive: Stories from the Field, Heather Swan. “Swan takes an…

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Wolf Conservation in America’s National Parks

One Hundred Years of Learning By Bill Route, National Park Service In 2016 we celebrate one hundred years of the National Park Service (NPS), an agency born in 1916 and charged with managing select areas to preserve and commemorate nationally significant natural and cultural resources. National parks play an increasingly…