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Northland College Recognizes Outstanding Educators

…the Wisconsin Association of Colleges of Teacher Education and the Meemic Foundation at the Monona Terrace Community and Conference Center in Madison, Wisconsin, on Sunday, April 8.   Corcoran is being recognized for his work as an early career educator. “Aaron shows his concern and care for others through attending…

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A Winning Business Idea

…proposal. “Supporting local farmers and Wisconsin’s staple food, we will be feeding poutine to hungry students, Wisconsinites, and tourists.” The project not only incorporated local products with the convenience of fast food, but operated entirely on green energy. DiLillo and Hoszko heard about the conference from Dick Joyal, professor of…

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Madeline Jarvis Is Creating the Friendliest Library in the World.

…for the Marion Public Library. “I majored in Sustainable Community Development because I want to help communities thrive.” free time: I love gardening and canning. “I really love seed saving and food sovereignty. That drives me to can. Last year we did 60 pints of salsa for Christmas gifts. It’s…

Honors Day poster session in Ponzio 2022

Honors Day

…all contribute to students’ withdrawal from undergraduate studies. Poster Title: Examining Past and Current White-tailed Deer and Snowshoe Hare Abundance, Apostle Islands, Wisconsin Student: Natalie Erler Faculty Advisor: Erik Olson Poster Abstract Examining Past and Current White-tailed Deer and Snowshoe Hare Abundance, Apostle Islands, Wisconsin Natalie Erler and Erik Olson…

Sigurd Olson Speeches

…back there he’ll be happy. But even though he leaves us—leaves us physically—he will still be with us, and as long as we live we will know that the spirit of Olaus Murie—his love of the wilds, his love of all beauty, his dedication to the cause of preservation—will be…

TWA Speakers Bureau

…group. Timber Wolf Alliance Speakers Bureau Science, outreach, and education. Wolves of Wisconsin This program is more localized to Wisconsin and covers the five common misconceptions about the gray wolf in the state: there is a wolf behind every tree, they are decimating the white-tailed deer herds, they are a…

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Protect Loons

…thrive. Local government agencies do not have the capacity or resources to monitor the water quality on all Wisconsin lakes; therefore, volunteer monitoring is a vital component to determining the water quality of our state’s lakes and rivers. Learn about Wisconsin’s volunteer water quality monitoring. Make sure your septic system…

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WPT: Frequent Changes in Management Policy Escalate Wolf Debate

‘University Place’: Rapid Changes in Wolf Policy Only Heat Up the Conflict By Scott Gordon, Wiscontext For Erik Olson, an assistant professor of natural resources at Northland College in Ashland, the biggest weakness in Wisconsin’s policy toward wolves hasn’t been any one particular policy decision. Rather, he asserted in an…

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Tug of War Over Wolves

Research reveals pendulum swings have negative impacts Assistant Professor of Natural Resources Erik Olson grew up in northern Wisconsin hunting, fishing, and hanging out at his family’s sugarbush. He paddled rivers, hiked trails, and watched the night sky. “That’s why I’m in this field, my strong love of the outdoors,”…

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WPR: Wisconsin Sea Grant Awards $2.8M For Great Lakes Research, Outreach Projects

Projects Awarded After Congress Restores Funding For Sea Grant Program By Danielle Kaeding, Wisconsin Public Radio The University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute is awarding $2.8 million to Great Lakes research and education projects. Congress recently restored $76.5 million in Sea Grant funding nationwide. The Trump administration had proposed eliminating…