Learning that ninety-seven percent of scientists agree that climate change is real and human-caused, inspired recent Northland College graduate Anya Janssen ’16 and senior Michaela Fisher to educate their peers in ways to be the solution, not simply the cause, to climate change. After meeting at the Citizen Climate Lobby in Washington DC this summer,… Read More →
Life is about learning and oh, is there so much to learn. During my time as the site manager at Forest Lodge, Northland College’s satellite campus, I facilitated environmental based programs at the Lodge, nestled in the deep heart of the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. Owned by the U.S. Forest Service and operated by Northland, Forest
Northland College Professor of Religion and Philosophy Les Alldritt will lead a tea-time discussion at Forest Lodge near Cable July 18 at 2-3:30. Hosted by Northland College, Alldritt will be talking about Mary Griggs Burke’s interest in Japanese art, how that influence is expressed at Forest Lodge in the Japanese garden, and about her collection
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