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  • Jane Reyer joins Friends’ staff as Advocacy Director

    – Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness is excited to welcome our new Advocacy Director, Jane Reyer, to the team. Jane Reyer has a true love for the Border Lakes region and a wealth of experience on the sulfide mining issue.

  • After 8 years, Paul Danicic moves on from Friends’ Director post

    – On behalf of the Board of Directors, I’d like to take this opportunity to inform you of a leadership change for the Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness:  After eight years in the role of Executive Director, Paul Danicic has decided to move on to pursue other initiatives and adventures.

  • Climate Change in the BWCAW

    – What will the Boundary Waters look like by century’s end? Will predicted ecological changes also have economic and socio-cultural impacts? What role will we, as allies and lovers of the Boundary Waters, play in this change?

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