The Apostle Islands National Lakeshore was established in 1970 to preserve the naturally wild and beautiful Lake Superior islands in northern-most Wisconsin. “The Friends” have supported the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore since 2002.
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JOIN THE 50TH CELEBRATION!
In 2020 the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore celebrates 50 years as a part of the National Park system. Join us for a year of special events and celebrations to mark the occasion.
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Your support for the Friends of the Apostle Islands makes our work possible. Consider giving today to further our mission.
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FAINL supports a variety of projects through funding and volunteer hours to improve accessibility to the Park for all visitors. From accessible docks and board walks to approachable information, we work to make everyone feel welcome in the Park.
The Apostle Islands have been drawing people to the shores of Lake Superior for thousands of years and the area is filled with a rich history. Part of our mission is to help protect and preserve those valuable resources for future generations.
We strive to build a foundation that ensures sustainable protection of all park resources – natural and cultural.
We focus on practices and projects that safely enhance the visitor experience without compromising a sense of adventure.
Volunteers make many of the projects in the Park possible. Consider joining our list of willing workers to help improve your National Lakeshore.
“Your financial support for the Apostle Islands helps to secure the future of the Park.”Erica Peterson, chair of the FAINL Board of Directors.
Show your support for the Friends by purchasing merchandise including the beautiful annual Apostle Islands photo
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Learn more about the Friends of the Apostle Islands and see how you can get involved.
Get in touch using our online form
Or reach us by mail at:
PO Box 1574
Bayfield, Wisconsin 54814
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