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  • Wanted: Volunteers to Gather BWCAW Water and Wildlife Information

    – We are looking for citizen volunteers willing to gather some of this information over Summer 2017. No prior experience necessary – just an ability to follow some basic instructions and a love of the BWCAW and the region.

  • Combating Climate Change

    – Clara Wicklund is a recent graduate of Gustavus Adolphus College St. Peter, MN. At Gustavus, she was the co-president of Divestment Campaign as well as the campus contact for the Save the Boundary Waters Campaign. While abroad in New Zealand, she worked with Generation Zero as one of the main organizers of the Wellington People’s Climate March. In the following interview, she shares some of her experiences and thoughts on the Wellington march, the 2017 People's Climate March, and climate change in general.

  • People’s Climate March: Let’s Raise Awareness for the Boundary Waters Wilderness

    – For many, including us here at the Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness, the march is an opportunity to voice a wide range of concerns connected with climate change. Sea levels are not the only thing that will change as our planet warms. Climate change also threatens water resources, agricultural production, indigenous livelihoods, and wilderness areas.

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