The Apostle Islands are full of nature’s beauty, wildlife and adventure. The Islands also have a rich and varied human history. This summer, as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the park, we will be exploring that history with a little help from some friends: large, nearly life-sized standing poster board images of lighthouse keepers,Continue reading “You can solve Apostle Islands History Mysteries this summer”
Thanks to the Friends of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore volunteers who spent a day planting beachgrass at Little Sand Bay on the mainland, as well as on Raspberry Island.
Wendy and Tom Bredow provide this week’s daughter-father Lakeshore Logbook entry from a bear’s den on the islands.
A new Wisconsin boating accident report highlights the importance of wearing your life jacket on the water.
Christy Baker’s Lakeshore Logbook entry includes a story about some surprising kayaking freeloaders.
Have you dreamed of sea kayaking the Apostle Islands? Want to hear stories of the big lake’s power and beauty, and learn tips on how to experience it safely?
Be the reason a child learns to kayak. Be the reason the flowers bloom at the lighthouses and the trails are accessible to all. Be the wind in our sails.
Bayfield High School students like Elise gain valuable work experience and life experience while working in the park.
Objectives of the prescribed cultural fire include restoring globally imperiled pine barrens habitat, with an emphasis on increasing blueberry (miin) production.
I anchored in Frog Bay and started preparing dinner. As the sun set, the images turned into huge green ‘spikes’ of light, spurting and swirling up from the horizon many thousands of feet into the sky.