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This is how we do natural resources. Woman with fish.

Natural Resources

…wild populations of animals for multiple uses. At Northland, you will learn the basics while studying populations of wolves, flying squirrels, sharp-tailed grouse, trout, and sturgeon, to name a few. Our courses and lab work cover anatomy, physiology, genetics, and ecology, so you’ll know your animals inside and out. Our…

Bad River Tribal Flag Raising

May 23, 2:10 pm2:40 pm

…The flag represents the rich history and traditions of the Bad River Band and serves as a symbol of the Bad River nation—a sovereign nation with a unique culture, history, and rights. Northland College and the School District of Ashland, which will also raise the Bad River Flag at three…


WPT: Frequent Changes in Management Policy Escalate Wolf Debate

…Drawing on his research and others’ work, Olson discussed how the state’s wolf-management policies have affected the wolf population and people’s opinions about it. In his talk, Olson didn’t advance any one particular policy solution — in fact, he said the “prescriptive” nature of Wisconsin’s wolf hunt is part of…

Mother loon and her chick

Wisconsin Loon Population on the Rise

Results of the 2015 one-day Wisconsin Loon Population Survey

The Northland College Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute LoonWatch program announced today that Wisconsin loons are doing surprisingly well, according to the results of the 2015 one-day Wisconsin Loon Population Survey. According to the most recent results, the adult loon population is estimated at 4,350, an increase of 9.1 percent from…

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What did we learn from 2017’s floods in Quebec and Ontario?

Inside the politics of water

…released from Lake Ontario would push the St. Lawrence River 10 centimetres higher. Mr. Blanchard, a boating enthusiast, is retired and lives with his wife Helen just upstream from the lone dam near Cornwall, Ont., that controls some of the water flowing from Lake Ontario into the St. Lawrence River….

Round River Conservation Studies Information Session

January 27, 11:30 am12:30 pm

River will be visiting the Northland campus on Friday, January 27, for an information session. If you are unable to attend but are interested in speaking with a Round River representative, please email or call 801-359-4250 x2. Check out our website at to learn more about available scholarships…

Adrian Wydeven

Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery Plan

Timber Wolf Alliance Coordinator and wolf biologist Adrian Wydeven is helping provide input on a Mexican gray wolf recovery plan for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). He is part of a team that met near Tucson, Arizona, in December 2015 and will be meeting again in the southwest…

Grey wolf pups play in a meadow

Wolf Awareness Week Family Fun

October 21, 10:00 am12:00 pm

Learn all about wolves through fun hands-on games and activities! Make a plaster cast of a wolf track and trace a life-size wolf cut-out to take home with you! Join our special guest from Vaughn Public Library for a wolf-themed story time at the David R. Obey Northern Great Lakes…