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Muddy fish creek watershed

Northland Project Aims to Clear Chequamegon Bay’s Muddy Waters

Researchers at Northland College are trying to find ways to limit riverbank erosion that turned Chequamegon Bay to muddy soup after June rainstorms that dumped over 14 inches of rain in some areas of Bayfield County. The project on North Fish Creek is being coordinated by water scientist Matt Hudson…

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

Natural Resources

…as living laboratories and natural playgrounds. Expect to get out often as part of your classwork in natural resources. You will be working closely with faculty who will immerse you in the wildlife, fisheries, forests, wetlands, streams, and lakes of this northern ecosystem. You will have experiences tracking wolves, monitoring…

Film class and wild rice parching

Filmmaker, Students Document Harvest

…College students to create a thirty-minute documentary, called “From Wisconsin with Love,” celebrating the Lake Superior region’s bountiful harvest, including wild rice, and traditional life ways. The documentary will portray all aspects of the harvest season including the spiritual, economic, physical and legal aspects, while incorporating the flavor and faces…

Paulette Moore with her camera

Moore Takes Standing Rock Doc on 3-City East Coast Tour

Northland College Filmmaker in Residence Paulette Moore will be screening and discussing The Spirit of Standing Rock, her documentary featuring activists known as Water Protectors, this week in Washington D.C., Baltimore, Maryland, and Buffalo, New York Water Protectors have stood with Standing Rock Sioux leaders in North Dakota to defend…

SONWA Winners 2017

Honeybees and a trailblazing scientist top the 2017 SONWA book awards

the vagaries of turn-of-phrase and canine heritage, but not so for the wolves of Yellowstone. There, amongst a hotbed of contention and consternation, wolves have begun to reclaim some of their old dominions, given a haven to recover in a park ringed by hostile forces. The success of the Yellowstone…

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…services and events which we offer that are similar to those that you have already purchased or enquired about unless you have opted not to receive such information Legal Basis for Processing Personal Data Under General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) If you are from the European Economic Area (EEA), Northland…

Student on Kiyi boat holding fish

Climate Change Impacts on Wildlife

…Award for Undergraduate Research, awarded to a student who has excelled in research in the field of natural resources. He researched recent declines of the gray jay in northern Wisconsin. Using citizen science data from an annual population survey called the Christmas Bird Count he analyzed and tracked relative gray

Students Seek Citizen Help for Gray Fox Research

  Northland College students and their professor have recently embarked on a study of the behavior of the gray fox in the Chequamegon Bay region, and are seeking community help for their research project. They are only interested in sightings in Ashland and Bayfield counties. Students Kara Winter and Michaela…

Black bear on a trail cam

The Hidden Lives of Island Carnivores

Insights into Island Biogeography

…camera per square kilometer. Over time, the camera traps recorded ten of twelve Wisconsin land carnivores, including American martens, black bears, bobcats, coyotes, fishers, gray foxes, gray wolves, raccoons, red foxes, and weasels. The cameras also captured images of semiaquatic carnivores, mink, and river otters, as well as raptors, small…