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National Public Lands Day of Service

National Public Lands Day is the nation’s largest single-day volunteer event for public lands. Established in 1994 and held annually on the fourth Saturday in September, this celebration brings out thousands of volunteers to help restore and improve public lands around the country. Join student leaders from the Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute’s Outdoor Pursuits program…  Read More

Free

Impactful Filmmaking: A Public Screening and Presentation

Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute WI

Join filmmaker and director Doug Pray for a presentation and public screening focused on the art and practice of making impactful films. Doug will share insights and strategies from his own experiences as a documentary filmmaker and illustrate many of them with short clips from a number of films, including his recent Netflix documentary focused…  Read More

Free

Finding Your Film—A Weekend Film-making Workshop

Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute WI

Join filmmaker Doug Pray for a weekend workshop focused on creating impactful documentary films that will make a difference in the world. The workshop will give you the tools you need to assess, plan, and create an impactful documentary and will include participatory activities, teaching demos, and short screenings of films. This free event is…  Read More

Free

Indigenous Peoples’ Day Celebration

Hulings Rice Food Center

We will be celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Day with food, followed by traditional lacrosse. Our potluck will start at 5 p.m. If you’re able to, please bring a small dish to pass (optional). This event is open to current Northland College students, faculty, and staff.

Free

Event Series Free Mt. Ashwabay Student Passes

Free Mt. Ashwabay Student Passes

First Floor Main Hall, Ponzio Campus Center

Representatives of Mt. Ashwabay will be in the Ponzio Campus Center to issue free, all-mountain passes to Northland College students! Students interested in securing a pass must be registered for classes during Winter Term and should bring their Northland ID to the registration table. About Mt. Ashwabay Mt. Ashwabay is a winter recreation area near…  Read More

Free

Doug Wood Book Release and Author Q&A

Online/virtual

On December 5, author and musician Doug Wood will be releasing his latest book titled A Wild Path. Ahead of the release, Doug will read short excerpts from A Wild Path and answer questions about the book during this virtual event. Doug Wood is an artist, naturalist, wilderness guide, folk musician, and author of thirty-five…  Read More

Free

Event Series Free Mt. Ashwabay Student Passes

Free Mt. Ashwabay Student Passes

First Floor Main Hall, Ponzio Campus Center

Representatives of Mt. Ashwabay will be in the Ponzio Campus Center to issue free, all-mountain passes to Northland College students! Students interested in securing a pass must be registered for classes during Winter Term and should bring their Northland ID to the registration table. About Mt. Ashwabay Mt. Ashwabay is a winter recreation area near…  Read More

Free

Forest Lodge Meditation Retreat

Forest Lodge Educational Campus 22230 Garmisch Road, Cable, WI, United States

Relax and recharge at the Forest Lodge Educational Campus for a meditation and yoga retreat. The schedule includes unstructured time in the woods, yoga, and guided meditation. Please contact Jodi Supanich at jsupanich@northland.edu or 218-355-0049 if you have any questions. Retreat Details Meals The following meals will be provided: Friday: Dinner Saturday: Three meals Sunday:…  Read More

$135 – $195

Iskigamizigan-gabeshewin Sugar Bush Camp

Outside the Hulings Rice Food Center

Join us while we learn about: Sugarbush 101 Sumac tap making Maple sap boiling Maple sugar making This event is free and open to the public.

[CANCELLED] Wild California and the Antiquities Act

Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute WI

This event has been cancelled. The 2024 Sigurd Olson Lecture will explain the use of the Antiquities Act as a land preservation tool using the history of national monuments in California. National monuments have a nearly one-hundred-year history in the state and have been essential in establishing a statewide network of protected landscapes. This event…  Read More

Free