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Northland College Nordic Skiing

Essential Eligibility Criteria

…bicycle or canoeing (see canoeing weekend trip EEC for more specific details about canoeing personal protective equipment) or rock climbing equipment (see rock climbing weekend trip EEC for more specific details about rock climbing personal protective equipment) independently using adaptive support if necessary or have a minimum of one companion…

Kids reading outdoors

Nature Based Reading

…area. Where are their homes located? Where do they travel? Where is their food source? Be sure to put these on your map. ★★★ What type of rock is under your feet? What is the geologic story of your home and neighborhood? Head outside, take notice of the rock around…

SOEI Youth Programs

Essential Eligibility Criteria

…with the assistance of a companion who accompanies the participant; Depending on day activity type, safely utilize outdoor equipment such as a bicycle or canoeing (see canoeing weekend trip EEC for more specific details about canoeing personal protective equipment) or rock climbing equipment (see rock climbing weekend trip EEC for…

Exploring Interactions Between Humans and Wildlife

Andrew East `10 Uses Northland Lessons for Science & Teaching

…searching out flowers. But then I have my [recently-retired professor of outdoor education] Clayton Russell moment and I remember to teach inclusively and positively and I reel in the rest of the crew and we moderate my expectations to match reality. I have yet to knowingly act out my favorite…

Forest Lodge Woods

Forest Stewardship & Adventure Program

August 28, 2022, 1:00 pmSeptember 5, 2022, 5:30 pm

…you will embark on to celebrate a job well done. Choices include a four-day-long canoe camping expedition in the Upper Peninsula’s Sylvania Wilderness (a mini Boundary Waters on the border with Wisconsin!) or a four-day-long rock climbing expedition on Minnesota’s North Shore of Lake Superior! Space is limited and spots…


October 7, 2022, 8:00 pm11:00 pm

Feast your eyes on some talented musicians—Aguamelon will rock those ear drums.

SONWA winning books

SONWA Winners 1991-Present

Nature Books for Adults and Children

…for National Geographic as a photographer, writer, and film producer. • 1995. The Northern Forest, David Dobbs and Richard Ober. Focused on the lives of Northern Forest residents—a mill worker, a forester, several loggers, a fishing guide, and a Christmas tree-farming family. Dobbs writes essays and features for The New…

Northland College professor Brian Tochterman's book, The Dying City

The Cultural Origins of the Urban Crisis

An Interview with Brian L. Tochterman

…the book yet, how did you come to the topic? As a cultural historian, was there a particular book or film that touched off your inquiry? The Dying City combines a host of research and personal interests. Its scholarly origins go back to two seminar courses at the University of…

Timber Wolf Alliance Coordinator Jordyn O'Gara

O’Gara ’18 Named Timber Wolf Alliance Coordinator

Wolf Awareness Week Events October 23, 25, 26

…what you can do to help wolves stay protected, and helping humans learn to live alongside them. Schedule of Events All events start at 7 p.m. at the Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute Tuesday, October 23 Film: Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest Thursday, October 25 Panel Discussion: Wolf Management and…

Sigurd Olson Letters

…large portion of the Quetico-Superior canoe country in Ontario, and for a treaty to manage well the Rainy Lake watershed on both sides of the border. He also is excited to relay the information that the documentary film he wrote, directed and starred in, Wilderness Canoe Country (meant to generate…