Artists as young as a-year-and-a-half up to adults painted more than 100 flags showing their love for the Apostle Islands.
Jim Stowell says knowing his programs connect with park visitors fills him with pride. So do the lasting relationships he built on Raspberry Island.
Come peruse the creative expression of local youth from this summer, and/or, join us in creating a visual representation and message about why you love the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore and surrounding region.
Friends of the Apostle Islands toured several projects on the island with Senator Tammy Baldwin on Thursday.
From working the phones to assessing storm damage on hiking trails, Kellie writes about the variety of life in the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore.
Clearing brush, battling invasive species and rescuing an American bald eagle. They’re all part of Lane’s entry in the 50th Anniversary Lakeshore Logbook.
Matt literally brought history to life as he was the first to take on the character of a Raspberry Island lighthouse keeper from a century ago.
With a snip of an over-sized red scissors and a flourish of breeze off of Lake Superior, Friends Board Chair Erica Peterson and Apostle Islands National Lakeshore Superintendent Lynne Dominy cut a red ribbon on Friday, August 13, 2021 signifying the grand opening of the accessible amphitheater at Presque Isle on the Lakeshore’s Stockton Island. Continue reading “The ribbon is cut: Stockton Island’s accessible amphitheater is now officially open to all”
Boats of several shapes, sizes and abilities are essential in the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore. Dave writes about his role in upgrading the fleet.
Jennie writes about “cuteness overload,” and her experience banding tiny Piping Plover chicks.