“Friends of the Boundary Waters have provided our students with unique learning opportunities within the classroom and beyond. The online content is engaging, uses beautiful photos, and is easy for our teachers to use. Students have been able to engage in conversation with staff that have similar cultural backgrounds as them to elicit meaningful, culturally relevant conversations. We are excited to continue our collaboration and look forward to getting outdoors with the staff and families.”
Science Instructional Coach/District Assessment Coordinator
Prairie Seeds Academy
Wilderness Education Stories
Learn how including a Boundary Waters curriculum has enhanced the classroom experience for teachers and students.
On a 2,000-mile journey from Minnesota to the Hudson Bay, two women and one dog travel through multiple watershed…
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As a teenager, Lee was part of a Southeast Asian youth leadership cohort that was given the opportunity to…
Funding for this project was provided by the Minnesota Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund as recommended by the Legislative-Citizen Commission on Minnesota Resources (LCCMR).