Join this celebration of the Apostle Islands 50th and the forthcoming book A is for Apostle Islands, an ABC book for all ages!
Watch, learn and enjoy hearing from experts in all aspects of the national lakeshore, as we celebrate the first 50 years of the park we love and look to the future.
APIS was a fairly new park, and no one that I knew had even heard of it. But I loved Lake Superior, and headed north in my white Rambler station wagon.
Saying, “stewardship starts with collaboration,” Apostle Islands National Lakeshore Superintendent Lynne Dominy closed the 2-day online symposium with three questions.
Great news! Access to island camping, including group, individual, and primitive zone camping will reopen for the summer of 2021.
He’s dad to the “littlest light keeper,” contributed to the vibrant paddling opportunities the park now offers, and is on a mission to support the park in a new way.
In an effort to improve boater safety, changes made by the National Weather Service will result in marine forecasts and alerts targeted specifically to an area in the Apostle Islands that had been covered by offshore forecasts.
Lynne Dominy welcomed participants to the two-day-long virtual event and thanked everyone for “making it real” after years of planning and work.
The 50th Anniversary Resource Stewardship Symposium begins at 9:30am central time, Tuesday, March 30th. If you have registered to join us, here’s what you need to know.
Check out the outstanding lineup of speakers for this incredible, free, online learning event.