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American Indian Affairs Corbell Scholarship Daughters of the American Revolution Intertribal Timber Council Minnesota Indian Scholarship Native American Fish & Wildlife Society Native American Scholarship Fund – Catching the Dream National Indian Education Association Wisconsin State Indian Student Assistance Grant Regional Scholarships Current Student Scholarships Native American Scholarships Scholarship Opportunities…

Northland College students ride bikes past solar panels

Environmental Studies

…Wildlife Ecology* Forestry* Gender and Women’s Studies Geographic Information Systems* Geology Graphic Design* History Humanities Humanity and Nature Studies Mathematical Sciences Music* Native American Studies Natural Resources Outdoor Education Philosophy* Physics* Pre-Health Care* Pre-Law* Pre-Ministry* Pre-Veterinary Medicine* Psychology Religious Studies Sociology and Social Justice Spanish* Sports Management* Studio Art* Sustainable…

Sigurd Olson Speeches

…writer in American and will take the best thinking and correlation of the experience of many before it will be found. The ways of finding it will not doubt be as diverse as the individuals trying. Many are working on it now and some have shown the way, but not…

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"A Dreamer and a Doer" Cleans the Ravine

By Sean Devlin, ’15 Northland College forestry student Tim Koski is on his way to making the campus Bay City Creek ravine look like it should. Since March, Koski has been working on his senior project identifying and removing invasive species that pose a threat to the native plants in…

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…Professor of English Timothy Ziegenhagen Native American Studies Kyle Bladow Associate Professor of Native American Studies Kyle Bladow Dylan Bizhikiins Jennings Associate Director of the Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute Dylan Bizhikiins Jennings Emily Macgillivray Assistant Professor of Native American Studies Emily Macgillivray Austin Stewart Visiting Professor of History and Native

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Sigurd Olson Legacy

Sigurd Olson (1899-1982) was acknowledged during his lifetime as a leader of the American environmental movement, an emblematic figure for a generation of activists. As a writer, teacher, and activist who was a harbinger of the raising of America’s ecological consciousness, Olson’s history, writings, and This content was curated by…

Young Elephant Northland College sculpture

Campus Sculpture Tour

…about the works in our online gallery. Chauncey Jim Budish (American, b. 1951) Bronze 119 inches Located between the Ponzio Campus Center and the J.T. Kendrigan Center. The Couple Jim Budish (American, b.1951) Bronze 77 inches Located between Memorial Hall and the Dexter Library. Encompassed Will Carr (British, b. 1987)…

Deer exclosure-Bayfield County

Wisconsin’s Disappearing Forest

Prof Sarah Johnson researches the botanical realities of deer browse

…forests.” Julie Buckles is the director of communications at Northland College. This article was written on a freelance contract for Site/Lines, a publication of the Foundation for Landscape Studies. Julie Buckles, Site/Lines, a publication of the Foundation for Landscape Studies Prof Sarah Johnson researches the botanical realities of deer browse…

SONWA Winners 2017

Honeybees and a trailblazing scientist top the 2017 SONWA book awards

…regarding the future of our food system along with a roadmap for a more comprehensive way to consider the importance of soil and our role as citizens. —Clayton Russell, retired Northland College professor and SONWA committee member Notable: American Wolf: A True Story of Survival and Obsession in the West,…

Northland College 1970s alumni

The Clan of the Tropicals

By Juan Hernández ’78 I arrived in Ashland in September 1974. It was fresh and cool and the colors entranced me. These temperatures were not alien to me because I hailed from the highlands of tropical Guatemala. English was no problem either because my school was fully structured following American