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Two female researchers on a bluff overlooking Lake Superior examining a plant specimen

Great Lakes Science for Parks Symposium

March 21March 23

theme is Protecting, Restoring, and Reconnecting for the Next Generation: Addressing Emerging Issues in Great Lakes National Parks. Great Lakes national parks are dynamic and special places. We will host two and a half days of presentations, posters, and discussions highlighting natural and cultural resource science and management occurring in,…

Students hiking on York.

Recommitting to Our National Parks

…Six of these areas are in Minnesota: Grand Portage National Monument, Mississippi National Recreation and Resource Area, North Country Trail, St. Croix National Scenic River, Pipestone National Historic Site and Voyageurs National Park. Just over the Wisconsin border is a seventh — the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore. For entire article….

A design featuring piano keys, birds, trebble and bass cleffs, and various music notes on a yellow background.

CUUF: All Music Service

May 8, 2022, 10:00 am11:30 am

…from attending in-person if they meet any of the current CDC criteria for quarantine, are feeling ill, or have new/unusual cold or flu symptoms If new surge occurs, revisit these guidelines Ask the fellowship if they would like to have a separate service with masks required In-Person Worship Service Guidelines…

Chris Morgan

Christopher T. Morgan Scholarship

Christopher T. Morgan Scholarship Leaving a LumberJack legacy. In a tragic hit and run accident, Christopher Morgan ’13 was killed on August 6, 2017. In honor of Chris, his parents created an endowed academic scholarship to assist future Northland College LumberJacks in their pursuit of an education at a place…

Northland College Men's Hockey Team Photo 2016-2017

Nurturing Miggy’s Legacy

Christopher T. Morgan Scholarship

…was, ‘Take care of your brothers,’ and Chris did just that,” Caroline said. “Whether it was Matt and Tommy or his friends or teammates, Chris took care of his brothers and sisters.” Chris went on to play juniors with Gloucester Rangers in the Central Canadian Hockey League where “somehow Seamus…

Bee on a flower

CUUF: Annual Flower Service

May 22, 2022, 10:00 am11:30 am

The Chequamegon Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (CUUF) will have its Annual Flower Service on May 22 at 10 a.m. in person at The Club in Washburn and livestreamed via Zoom. Everyone is invited to bring a flower (or several) and everyone is invited to take a flower home—a different flower than…

Sig Olson's personal gear

Sigurd Olson Legacy

…Sigurd national recognition in conservation circles. 1951 Sigurd becomes vice-president of the National Parks Association (now the National Park Conservation Association). 1953 Sigurd becomes president of the National Parks Association. 1955 The year begins with Sigurd signing his first book contract, with Alfred A. Knopf. In the summer, Sigurd and…

Northland College student hiking with Parsonage Fund badge

Parsonage Fund

…creation of community service projects and trips; involvement in local, regional, and national workshops; memberships to professional organizations; and the list goes on. Parsonage Fund Contact Coordinator: Michaela Wickman Phone: 715-682-1310 Email Deadlines Fall Term 2022 Wednesday, November 2, by 11:59 p.m. Winter Term 2023 Wednesday, February 22, by 11:59…

Northland Bird Netting

Degree Verification

Northland College has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide enrollment and degree verifications. Third parties may be directed to verify degrees through this service. The National Student Clearinghouse can be contacted at: web: degreeverify.org mail: National Student Clearinghouse, 2300 Dulles Station Boulevard, Suite 300, Herndon, VA 20171 Degree Verification…

Northland College student collects data for bat research

Monitoring Bats by Sound

The Great Lakes Inventory and Monitoring Network Employs Students for Bat Research

the National Park Service, has relied on these students to help collect and analyze data from nine different national park units. The data could identify declines in the abundance of certain species; such a decline could indicate the presence of White Nose Syndrome, a deadly threat to local bat colonies….